This species is planned to be ready July or August.
Pycnanthemum pilosum (Hairy Mountain Mint) forms a shrubby clump of fuzzy light green fragrant leaves that are topped by beautiful clusters of white flowerheads. Found in prairies and savannas this mountain mint prefers drier soils, but can also thrive in normal soils as well. Hairy Mountain Mint is full-service pollinator plant with its nectar-rich flowers that attract a broad array of insects. The leaves have been known to be brewed for a tasty mint tea.
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