Well-behaved. A profusion of small white flowers bloom mid- to late summer. The flowers are an excellent source of nectar for butterflies. The narrow needlelike foliage is very aromatic and grows in a compact clump. Like many members of the mint family, Mountain Mint may be used in teas.Part of our Pollinator Buffet plant tag series.
Header Photo: Mervin Wallace
Slender Mountain Mint
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