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Monarda ‘Snow White’

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Summary

Monarda ‘Snow White’ is a medium-sized cultivar with white flowers. Its floral display was more prolific than any other white-flowered cultivar in the trial. Unfortunately powdery mildew resistance was quite poor and greatly reduced its rating.


Details

  • Rating
    3.1 
  • Common Name
    Snow White bee balm  
  • Peak Bloom
    Early July 
  • Flower Size
    2” 
  • Peak flower coverage
    80% 
  • Weeks in full bloom
  • Height
    34” 
  • Width after three years
    25” 
  • Powdery mildew resistance
    Poor