I have to say, as much as I enjoy the photos and writings of the members in the forum, I am always blown away at their knowledge and diverse hobbies and activities.
My wife is reading about bee balm now and been searching the web and really has interesting in growing it here.
This Spring we will be doing a great landscaping change, something we have had planned since Fall and although our yard is very small (by forum member status - 105x55) with a 50x25 foot house and 38x10 motorhome on the property.
Doesn't sound like there is much to landscape - but we have a section that is fairly unexcessable (which will be wildflowers) and a picket fence line which will be bordered by annuals and still have a back fence where we successfully grow 18 tomato plants every year and around our bird feeders I see having some wildflowers (which helps the fallen seed which sprouts blend in and make it more managable)
Where the bee balm is going - lol... As Ladybee, I can only image, but she surely is interested now.Please though, anyone reading this - I hope you all make it to Trail Twister's wonderful garden forum which has wonderful content and very eclectic topical categories at www.beemaster.com/garden - I would live to see greater activity there, because the topic is so important ESPECIALLY to a Beekeeper.