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Wild Bergamot Monarda fistulosa

Wild Bergamot Monarda fistulosa

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Wild Bergamot is a native flower in Quebec, growing up to 1m tall. It grows in dry fields, thickets and clearings, blooming from June to September. The plant is considered a medicinal plant by Native Americans.

A plant up to 1m tall with long lance-shaped and toothed leaves. A branch carries a compact cluster of flowers with violet petals.

A common plant in different parks around Montreal along edges of forests and clearings. Check Champ des Possibles June to September.

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Champ des Possibles, Montreal2020-08-03