Long-lived polycarpic perennial
Not Native to the Finger Lakes Region, Europe, N. Africa & Asia
Dried coumarin-scented leaves are used in snuff, smelling salts and potpourri and by the perfume industry to impart forest tones.
Source of plant
Bluebird Nursery Inc., Baker's Acres, Audry O'Connor, Bluestone Perennials
Fragrant perennial, stems erect or spreading to 12"; leaves in whorls of 6 to 8, to 1 1/2" long, bristle-tipped, roughish on margins. Flowers white, to 1/4" long, in loose, branching cymes.
USDA Hardiness Zone
fragrance, notable texture, other ethnobotanical uses