A fragrant and clump-forming mint, with clusters of small showy white flowers with purple spots from July-August. Narrow leaves have a strong mint smell when crushed, and a slightly light-green silvery cast, making them stand out all year long. Tolerant of clay and black walnuts. Important food source for small pollinators and honey bees, does well in rain gardens.
Native Range: ME to GA, excluding SC, west through AL, MS, AR, OK and CO, bounded on western edge of range by NE, SD, and ND. Native in Canada in ON, QC and NB. Rare in NH, MD, NC, GA, AL, MI, AR, and KS
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