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  1. Big Leaf Mountain Mint, Pycnanthemum muticum

    This native mint variety creates a blanket of white blooms in almost any meadow, growing to be about 3’ tall. Mountain Mint has a strong, pungent mint smell and is often used in co...

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    Big Leaf Mountain Mint Seeds Big Leaf Mountain Mint Pycnanthemum muticum
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    This native mint variety creates a blanket of white blooms in almost any meadow, growing to be about 3’ tall. Mountain Mint has a strong, pungent mint smell and is often used in cooking and making herbal tea. This easy-to-grow mint variety attracts native pollinators and thrives in moist conditions. All of the seed we handle at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and guaranteed to grow. Perennial.
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  2. White Hairy Mountain Mint Seeds, Pycnanthemum pilosum, Hairy Mountain Mint, Whorled Mountain Mint, American Mountain Mint

    Hairy Mountain Mint is a pollinator-magnet, attracting butterflies, bees and wasps to the meadow. This white-blooming beauty has the fresh, clean smell of mint and grows to be about ...

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    Hairy Mountain Mint Seeds Hairy Mountain Mint, Whorled Mountain Mint, American Mountain Mint Pycnanthemum pilosum
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    Hairy Mountain Mint is a pollinator-magnet, attracting butterflies, bees and wasps to the meadow. This white-blooming beauty has the fresh, clean smell of mint and grows to be about 3’ tall. Perennial.
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Pycnanthemum Seeds

Looking for a multi-pollinator magnet? Fragrant Mountain Mint will do the job

Pycnanthemum, also known as Mountain Mint, is the pollinator plant of the day. This minty-smelling native wildflower is absolutely covered with pollinators at bloom time, including butterflies, honey bees, native flies and wasps - it even tempts the occasional hummingbird! 3’ tall plants form tightly-closed green flowerheads that open to reveal delicate white blooms dotted with purplish specks. Tolerates half-shade and moist soils.

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