Perennial. 95,000 seeds/oz. 24-36”. 20-30 days 60°. Seeds need light to germinate. Stratification improves germination. Plants grown from seed with often bloom the first year.
International Herb Association 2019 Herb of the Year!
A North American native plant with brilliant purple flower spikes that form in summer above fragrant foliage. Full sun or part shade, a member of the mint family, plants form a dense clump in just a few years. One of the best bee attractants, butterflies and humming birds too. Mint/licorice scented leaves make a popular tea. Drought tolerant once established.
Annual. 6,000 seeds/oz.