Calamint is a perennial herb and a member of the mint family. Great for the scented garden, it also attracts the attention of the local bee population.
This low-growing herb has pleasant mint-scented leaves, and its tiny but profuse white or pale lilac flowers appear in late summer to fall.
Calamint loves sunny spots, and although small in stature, it will spread.
Calamint Quick Facts:
Scientific Name: Calamintha nepetoides
Common Name: Calamint
Type of Plant: Perennial herb
Growing Zones for Calamint: Hardy to zone 4
Growing Conditions for Calamint: Sun
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