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Clusters of small hooded white flowers with purple spotting develop at the branch tips and along the stems from July through September, lots of fine hairs on the stems and leaves give the plant a gray/green appearance, minty fragrant, makes a fine tea or cooking mint, clay and drought tolerant, good for erosion control, spreads by seed and rhizomes (it is a mint, after all), excellent nectar source for pollinators and smaller butterflies.

Dry To Average
Sun To Part Shade
1-4 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 6a-8b
Deer Resistant

Native Range: MA & NY across the s tip of ON to IA, south to e. OK, n AL and the GA mtns

Germination - Very Easy: No treatment. Surface sow

Hairy Mountainmint Seed Packet $5.00

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