White flowers attract bees, beneficial wasps, butterflies and other beneficial insects. Needs staking in windy locations. Used in potpourri, incense and as an ingredient in tea and natural insect repellent formulas. Mint-scented foliage and flowers make attractive and highly fragrant additions to bouquets.
HARVEST: Leaves may be harvested throughout the growing season. Gather flowering tops and leaves in late summer to dry for winter use. Leaves may be used for making teas and scenting potpourris. Flowers can be used in dried arrangements.
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Pycnanthemum pilosum
2.2 × 2.2 × 5.125 in
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Low inventory notice! we have been getting the greenhouse ready for spring and we got a little behind. we will be restocking this week and more next week. if you need anything as always contact us anytime. thank you for love, support & patience! ~ Sheree :-) Dismiss