Slender Mountain Mint is extremely attractive to pollinators, and serves as a larval host plant for the Gray Hairstreak Butterfly. Easily grown, these plants can tolerate drier soil and can spread quickly via shallow runners. The minty, aromatic foliage can be used in teas.
Pycnanthemum tenuifolium, Slender Mountain Mint
- Height: 2'-3'. Easily grown, tolerant of dry soil. White flowers from July to September. Native. Deer resistant. Attractive to pollinators.