Perennials That Bloom in Summer

Combine the perennials that are right for your garden and enjoy easy color all summer long.

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Bee balm blooms in mid to late summer, producing red, white, pink or blue flowers, depending on cultivar. A member of the mint family, bee balm can be aggressive about spreading. Place it where it can comfortably naturalize. A good companion for daylilies, coneflowers and yarrow.

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