Monarda didyma ‘Grand Marshall’ features fluffy clumps of red-fuchsia color petals resting atop a slender, leafy green stem. Attractive to butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees, Monarda ‘Grand Marshall’ has incredibly fragrant foliage and is noted for its resistant to mildew infestations.
Monarda ‘Grand Marshall’ prefers moist, well-draining soil with plenty of sunlight, but does well in boggy, over-saturated environments and is tolerate of clay soil. When deadheaded consistently, ‘Grand Marshall’ is long-blooming and will provide a splash of color throughout the summer but may run aggressively if left unchecked. Monarda ‘Grand Marshall’ is native to the eastern United States and is perfect for planting in native gardens, along the edge of ponds, or for naturalizing informal areas.