Larval Host Plant (moths):
A native mint with a cooling aroma. The uppermost leaves are “hoary” – they look as though they are coated in frost. A superb pollinator plant – when in bloom, mobbed by an astonishing diversity of skippers, native bees, and other small beneficial insects.
Deer resistant. Host plant for two moth species, Crocus Geometer and Hermit Sphinx.
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Height: 3′ Blooms: July, August
Siting: Average to dry soil, full sun to part sun
Deer Resistance: High
Quart, Deep, Quart