Noted for its fragrance, this
unusual and aromatic wildflower is a common
inhabitant of sunny fields and woodland border
areas. Spreading from slender creeping rhizomes
to form attractive clumps, the bright lavender
flowers are produced in clusters and attract lots
of butterflies. Its strong stems are sometimes
used by Indigo Buntings to build nests. The
flowers are excellent for fresh cut bouquets,
dried flowers and make a great minty tea.
necessary other than cold, dry storage.
Seed will germinate upon sowing in a warm
location. Approx. 70,000 seeds per oz. - 75 seeds per pack