Hairy Mountain Mint, like its relative Common Mountain Mint, is one of the heavy lifters in terms of providing resources for pollinators that include honeybees, native bees, and a range of butterflies. Forming clumps that bear loose fuzzy clusters of white flowers, the plant has fragrant foliage that is softly furred with tiny hairs. Full to part sun, medium to medium-dry soil. 2-4'.

Pycnanthemum pilosum (Hairy Mountain Mint)


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