Using ecology to restore land and water
Mountain mint is an aromatic plant with a bushy appearance. All parts of the plant emit a pleasant minty scent. It has dense clusters of small white flowers dotted with purple spots inside the petals. The fragrant flowers bloom over a month, attracting many insects and are often buzzing with bees. The leaves and flowers used for tea, in cooking, and for medicine by Native Americans. Mountain mint grows best in moist to wet saturated soil but will tolerate drier upland conditions.
full sun to partial sun
1 – 3 ft.
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