Beebalm can be found in bottomlands, moist woods and streambanks. This mint family member is clump forming. The tubular, showy flowers are a bright scarlet-red that can be used in floral displays. Its bright red flower is also very attractive to hummingbirds and other pollinators. Beebalm can be used in the landscape as an herb, in a rain garden, or to naturalize. Spreads by both rhizomes and self-seeding. The leaves have a minty refreshing scent when bruised or crushed. Can tolerate rabbits, deer, clay soils, and black walnut trees.