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A little help with a herb ID

 
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Anyone recognize this, I started a bunch of seeds, thought this one was oregano. Obviously not. Smells good when I crush a leaf up.
Any ideas?
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Monarda species, possibly Monarda punctata, Spotted Beebalm

 
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Could also be lemon beebalm if it smells lemony when you crush it...
 
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Monarda citriodora, Lemon beebalm  http://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=MOCI

I think all the Beebalms can be used to make tea.
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