Mint ‘Mountain’

Pycnanthemum virginianum

 Mountain Mint attracts many insects to its flowers, including various bees, wasps, flies, small butterflies, and beetles. The leaves are very fragrant; when crushed they have a strong minty odor. Raw or cooked the flower buds and leaves are edible and have a hot, spicy, mint-like flavor that makes a great spice or seasoning for meat. Used in potpourri, incense and as an ingredient in tea and natural insect repellent formulas. 

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Product Description

Sun Exposure:
Full Sun / Pt Sun

Flower Color:
White / Light Purple

3 Feet


* Use In Cooking
* Fragrant
* Native To North America
* Attracts Pollinators
* Use In Potpourrii

Moist,Well Drained