Although this is my first year of beekeeping, I have always been into plants. Jacob Cline, which i have, can be a little invasive and often falls down as the tallest varity of beebalm. Bees do visit it, but not nearly as much as my other colors of monarda. Specifically, the rasberry wine variety.
Another plant that bees will not leave, is Anise Hyssop, or the "blue fortune" hyssop. Easy to grow, less mildew problems then beebalm, prettier flower, longer lasting and bees just sit on it as if they were drug addicts. I cant wait to see if my new additions love it as much as i hope they do. It also seeds easily and will self sow, but is easy to control.