Dense clusters of small white flowers with purple spots are beautifully offset by white leaf-like bracts from August through September, toothed leaves up to 4 inch long are white-hairy underneath & have a lovely minty fragrance, clump forming, spreads by rhizomes (it is a mint, after all), great nectar source for butterflies, honeybees & others.
3 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 5a-8b
Native Range: s ON & NH, south to n. MS & FL. Rare in NH & VT
Germination - Very Easy: No treatment. Surface sow
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