Clusters of tiny white to very pale violet flowers are tightly bunched in 1 inch flat-topped heads surrounded by silvery leaf-like bracts at the tops of tall leafy stems from June through September, broad lightly toothed 2 1/2 inch leaves are nicely fragrant - sort of spearminty, great nectar plant for butterflies, honey bees and other small wild creatures, a true mint that spreads by rhizomes (so be careful where you plant it).
1-3 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-8b
Native Range: MI to s ME, south to e. TX & n. GA. Rare in KY, MI, NY & ME
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