Sandy meadows, fields, savannahs, and moist prairies. This species is rare in Ontario. Our plants are grown from garden-sourced seed. This bushy but compact mint with narrow, aromatic, leaves is 1-3 ft tall and has terminal flower clusters made up of numerous small flowers that vary from whitish to lavender with purple spots. This plant is a strong nectar source with a long bloom period, and is benifical to native bees.
Height: 1-3 Feet
Blooms: June to September
Bloom Colour: White-Purple-Lavender
Light: Sun - Part Shade
Soil: Moist to Dry soils
Habitat: Upland prairies; dry, rocky, open woods; low, wet areas as well as fast-draining Post Oak woods and pine barrens.