• Description: Perennial aromatic herb that grows outward from rhizomes up to 0.5m tall. Leaves are bushy, veined, and fuzzy. Flowers are numerous, white to blue.
  • Habitat: Grows in hardiness zones 5-7. Prefers moist, well-drained soil in full sun. Drought and light shade-tolerant.
  • Edibility: Blooms from June to September. The leaves are most aromatic just before blooming and make a delicious addition to a tea blend to aid digestion or to ease a cold or a flu.
  • Fun Fact: Native to Europe, this herb forms self-seeding ground cover that will continuously spread if left alone. Good pollinator species.

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