An Interesting Mint Relative
Not a true mint, but it smells similar to apple mint. Grows very tall and seems to stay in the general area you planted it, meaning it may not be invasive. Makes lots of flowers and attracts pollinators like bumblebees and wasps, atleast in my area, depends where you are. Grows great.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Christopher Jacobs from Maryland on 7/19/2018