Also known as bee balm or horsemint, Lemon Mint (Monarda citriodora) was used by Native Americans to brew a tea and replaced black tea during the Boston Tea Party. Citrus-flavored leaves can be minced and added to fruit and used for jellies. Beautiful purplish bracts, 24-30″ tall, aromatic and colorful in fall. Excellent forage plant for pollinators. (Hardy perennial in zones 5-9) Learn How to Grow Mint here.
Each packet contains approximately 10o seeds.