As its common name alludes, all parts of the mountain-mint have a strong, mint-like fragrance when crushed. I don’t know why the ‘mountain’ since it has nothing to do with that sort of habitat…
The narrow leaves and white small flowers in clusters make this species to combine well in any flower border, naturalized meadows; a very good pollinator plant. The fruit heads persist long into the winter combining beautiful with grasses for winter décor.
Germination: warm germinator; seeds are very small and require superficial sowing.