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Bergamot, or bee balm, should be planted in a humus rich soil that does not dry out. This prevents the plant from losing its lower leaves and becoming stunted. Bee balm is quite prone to mildew, so give your plants plenty of room to grow in a sunny location. Be sure there is room for air to circulate around the plants.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|