White Beebalm (Monarda clinopodia?) Plant.
1 clump with several stems and rhizomes.
This unusual form of beebalm is probably Monarda clinopodia, although i haven’t confirmed that yet. They seem a little less aggressive then the common red beebalm (M. didyma). Prefers well drained soil and part shade, but adaptable. Spreads by rhizome to form a colony. Edible flowers and leaves, i like to eat the florets of the flowers as well as make tea or infused vinegar from the leaves. Attractive to many pollinators. Native to New England, but not historically known in Maine.