Both leaves and flowers feature a lemon scent, and the leaves can also be served as a herbal tea while the flowers can be arranged as a nice decoration
Can be planted in varieties of settings such as a patio, a garden, or a container
A native wildflower, it is an excellent attractant for pollinators such as bees, hummingbirds, or butterflies
Each package contains 1000 native seeds that are packed and shipped from Ontario
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Photos taken in our Toronto trial garden (USDA Zone 6)
Lemon mint is a bee balm genus in the mint family, and a native plant in North America. They have square stems, minty leaves, and a tint of a lemon aroma. In addition, this mint has a very unique beauty compared to others. The features of these good-looking mints include layers of pinkish-purple petals that create a floral tower on the stem. Nevertheless, the flowers have a vase-life of over a week to portray their beauty, and their wonderful fragrance. And to top it off, these plants attract pollinators to your garden. Note from the Hundredfold Grower: Lemon mint can grow up to 3 feet (~90cm) tall and 2 feet wide (~60cm). It is ideal for border plants in large gardens. For smaller gardens, it is recommended to plant in pots to contain them from taking up too much space.
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