Description from Possibility Place: Wild bergamot is a clump-forming, mint family member that grows 2-4′ tall. Flowers are lavendar in color, sit solitary on top of each stem, and are attractive to bees and butterflies. This plant tolerates somewhat poor soils and some drought, but needs good circulation. Deadhead flowers to prolong summer bloom. Tends to self-seed. The aromatic, grayish-green leaves may be used in teas.
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