Low growing perennial that roots at the nodes of runners and forms a mat. Lavender, trumpet shaped flowers growing upright at leaf axils attract bees from June to July. Fragrant leaves smell like mint.
Thrives in well-draining, sandy soils in full sun. Naturally found in wet meadows, rocky stream shores, and prairies. Great addition to a rock garden, perennial bed border, or open woodland planting.
Ontario Hardiness Zone: 4 to 7 (Find out your Hardiness Zone here)