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Showy, white to purple flowers July through September. Fuzzy, gray-green leaves.


Height: 1-4' tall and 2-3' wide.


Sun: Full sun to part shade.


Soil: Well-drained soils, including clay. Tolerates drought and poor, dry soils. Spreads by rhizomes.


Wildlife Value: Hosts 5 Lepidoptera species in central Ohio. Bees, butterflies, and birds visit. Resistant to deer, drought, and erosion.

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Mint, Whorled Mountain, Pycnanthemum verticillatum

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