US Native wildflower seeds;
Mint family (Lamiaceae);
the flowers are pollinated primarily by honeybees, bumblebees, and other long-tongued bees, which seek nectar or pollen. The flowers are also visited by an oligolectic bee, Doufourea monardae; the preference is full or partial sun, and mesic to dry conditions.
The soil can consist of loam, clay-loam, or contain some rocky material. Foliar disease isn't a significant problem, although some of the lower leaves may drop from the central stem in response to a drought.
Occasionally, slugs and insects will feed on the leaves, creating holes.
This member of the Mint family is more resistant to drought than many others; perennial;
sow seeds on soil surface at 70F and water;
slow to germinate;
zone- 4a - 9b;
light- full sun to part shade.
We carefully select our produce varieties for excellent taste and quality. Our produce is grown without pesticides or herbicides resulting in highly nutritious food and healthy soil.