Clustered Mountainmint (Pycnanthemum muticum) Plant
1 seedling plant grown from a division. Small 3” pot, Large 1 gallon pot.
One of my favorite flavors, it's mintier then mint! It grows much more upright then most Mentha species and while it does spread by rhizome, it's much less liable to take over. Its glossy green leaves turn dusky white at the top when it starts blooming, attracting a large variety of pollinators. To cap it all off, it is native here in Maine.