In a Gal. pot.
Its leaves are broader and lustrous, the bracts are silvery and very showy, the flowers arewhite and its habit is compact. Nicely aromatic. This native is happiest at the wood's edge, so it is excellent for a naturalized border or woodland garden. Mountain Mint is one of the best nectar sources for native butterflies, so butterfly gardeners can't do without this one. Bees go crazy for it, too! Needs part-full shade and moist soil. Grows 2-3ft. tall and 2ft. wide.