Botanical Name: Pycnanthemum tenuifolium
Height: about 30 cm
Season of bloom: August
Growing Conditions: Sun or part sun. Adaptable to many non-waterlogged soil conditions.
Wildlife benefits: All the mountain mints are highly attractive to wild bees, honey bees and many other small pollinators.
From Ottawa Valley or eastern Ontario sources: No.
Remarks: Shorter and less pushy than Virginia Mountain Mint, so often a better choice for flower borders. However it is much less fragrant.
Similar species: Virginia Mountain Mint
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