Wild Bergamot (monarda fistulosa) - Also commonly called Oswego Tea or Wild Bee Balm. Growing wild in many parts of the country, this plant was once used extensively by north american native indians as a medicinal plant, for tea, and to flavor wild game. In the mint family, it features 1" - 2" pretty lavender blooms which attract pollinators, bees, and beneficial insects. Prefers a sunny location but is not fussy about soils and can withstand a good bit of drought once established. Perennial zones 3-9. Live plant in 3" container.