Pycnanthemum incanum / Hoary Mountain Mint


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.

Height: 3′    Blooms: July – August

Habitat: Well-drained, full sun to part sun

Provenance: NJ


Additional information


Quart, Deep