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Clustered mountain mint is one hard working native plant. Not only does it survive tough conditions and spread robustly, but it is buzzing with pollinators and particularly solitary bees as it blooms for several months of summer. This is my daughter's favorite spot to look for skipper butterflies. The plant has a lovely mint aroma when disturbed. Medium or Medium-Dry moisture, full to partial sun, grows to 3'.

Clustered mountain mint (Pycnanthemum muticum)

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