Short-toothed Mountain Mint

Pycnanthemum muticum



Easy to grow, minty aromatic foliage with silvery white tops. Tiny light pink-white flowers in clusters. Great for woodland borders. One of the best nectar sources for native butterflies. Attracts swarms of pollinators to your garden! 2 to 3 feet tall. Flowers June to September. Moist to moderate well-drained soils. Sun to partial shade. Deer resistant!

Plant Overview:

Other Common Names:Clustered Mountain Mint
Plant Family:Lamiaceae
Plant Duration:Perennial
Plant Type:Herbaceous
Attracts Pollinators and Wildlife:Bees, Butterflies
Bloom Time:Early July to early September
Fruit Timing:September to October
Global and State Rank:G5, S4
Commercially available landscape plant?No
Soil Characteristics:
Soil Type:Loam
Soil Moisture:Dry, Moist
Soil pH:Slightly Acidic, Neutral
Light Needs:
Opitmal Light:Partial shade
Light Range:Partial Shade
Water Needs of Plant:
Soil Moisture:Dry, Moist

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