A must for every herb garden. Aromatic leaves and purple blooms in spring are a treat for the senses. Delicious chocolate-mint scented foliage sets it apart from other mints. Attracts bees to the garden.
Very desirable herb garden addition also looks great in any bed, border or container. The dry leaves can be used for tea. Popular for sachets and potpourri.
Best in fertile, humus-rich, well-drained soil. Keep soil moist, watering freely in dry weather. Harvest foliage as needed. May become invasive if left unchecked.