Favored for minty foliage used to make tea, and for long-blooming clusters of two-lipped flowers. Plants need well-drained soil and, in coldest zones, winter protection. Can self-sow, but is not aggressive like related mint.
Native from the Mediterranean region to Iran. Creeping rhizomes produce a clump 2 ft. high and wide, with slender stems and 1 1/2-in. pink summer flowers. ‘Variegata’ has variegated leaves. Better with some shade.
These hybrids combine the flowering habit of coral bells (Heuchera) with the heart-shaped lea...
Leaves emerge dusky red and mature through apricot tones to golden yellow.
Native to the high plains of the West. Longtime favorite for pots, borders, and especially for cutting...