This is the largest and tallest mint we grow. The greyish leaves have a strong minty scent. When it flowers in midsummer it attracts more types of pollinating insects than any other plant in our garden, including several kinds of moths, butterflies, bees, and wasps. All mints spread by underground runners and are invasive unless contained.
height x width 3’ x 2’
USDA Zones 4-10