Mountain-Mint (Pycnanthemum virginianum)
Mountain Mint attracts many insects to its flowers, including various bees, wasps, flies, small butterflies, and beetles. The leaves are very fragrant; when crushed they have a strong minty odor.
Shade Tolerance: Full sun to Part Shade
Moisture: Moist to Wet
Soils: Muck, Loam, Clay
Height: 2-4' tall
Bloom Time: June-Sept
Deer Resistant: Yes
Other: Potentially aggressive in home gardens.