Virginia Mountain Mint, Pycnanthemum Virginianum
Blooms in full to partial sun July-September
Grows 2-3 ft tall in dry to medium to moist soil
Leaves carry a very strong mint fragrance
Attracts butterflies, bees, moths & insects, which will attract songbirds. Birds also use dormant stems as nesting material
Tolerates clay soil & light shade
Sold in 2x3 inch pots @ 1.99 each
 

Virginia Mountain Mint, Pycnanthemum Virginianum

$1.99Price