North American native displays delicate spires of sky-blue tubular double-lipped flowers in whorls on long square stems. Incredible in mixed bouquets. Humans generally love the sweetly scented foliage, while deer tend to avoid it. Blooms from August to October. Pollinators love this plant. Prefers poor soil. If the site you choose is too rich, plants may lodge without support. In full sun and well-drained sandy or light gravelly soil, they’re likely to stand strong. Z4. Maine Grown. (bare-root crowns)
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