🌺 FLOWER OF THE DAY ~ Bee Balm
One of my favourite North American prairie flowers. I fell for Bee Balm pretty hard when I lived there as I really hadn't been familiar with it before. Fragrant, oh so pretty and humming birds love them too.
Bee Balm has been used by Native Americans as a cure for fevers, sore thoughts, headaches and general pain. In the late 18th century, American Colonialists used it as a substitute for tea and it was known as Oswego tea.
Bee Balm meanings connect with healing pathways so that you can receive guidance clearly. Tension can be indicated but like pressure creates a diamond, you should find eventual benefit from challenges faced at present.
Gardening! Perennial Mondara, a member of the mint family, love a sunny spot and will flower beautifully in Spring, dying back in winter. As a mint, they love a moist though well drained sit and a fairly open position and like mint, they can get out of hand, spreading quickly so choose your spot well.
bunches of love
🌻 Cheralyn xx
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bunches of love, Cheralyn 🌻
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