To find Blephilia ciliata Downy Wood Mint in a garden, you'd only need to follow the pollinators! The unique, fluffy lavender-pink blooms are magnets for bees and butterflies in early summer. It has a similar appeal to that of Agastache and Monarda.
Though it is called "Downy Wood Mint", Blephilia ciliata is less aromatic and spreads less aggressively than other members of the Mint family, making it more suitable for borders.
Blephilia ciliata Downy Wood Mint is a must-have for pollinator and native gardens!