• Description: Hardy, aromatic perennial herb that grows up to 1m in height.
  • Habitat: Grows in hardiness zones 4-8. Will grow in average soil with full sun.
  • Edibility: Blooms from July to August with white to lavender coloured flowers. Leaves are most aromatic just before blooming and make a delicious addition to a tea blend to aid in digestion or to ease colds or the flu.
  • Fun Fact: Deer resistant, and is a pollinator magnet. It is more drought tolerant than regular mints.

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