Virginia Mountain Mint
Native to the Finger Lakes Region, ME to ND, S to GA & OK
Source of plant
Virginia mountain-mint is a stout perennial, becoming multi-branched toward top of its 2-3 ft. height. Tiny, white, mint-like flowers, often spotted with purple, are arranged in numerous small, dense clusters. The clusters, which bloom only a few at a time, arise from leaf axils at the stem tips. The foliage of this leafy plant is covered with a whitish bloom.
USDA Hardiness Zone
butterfly plant, foliage characteristics