Introduced some years ago by plant explorer Daniel Hinkley, this fine “Hummingbird Mint” has become a favorite of our nursery staff for its earlier and long bloom season and appealing habit . With its tidy compact mounding 26” tall x 2’ wide form and phenomenal number of bloom spikes, it’s a champ both in the garden or container. Erect narrow rich purple 6-8” bloom spikes crowd above the licorice-scented foliage for months – from mid-Summer onwards, bringing lots of bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. A reliable actor in the Summer thru Fall garden, you get those colorful exclamation marks, adding valuable vertical character to the garden. Self-sows. Deer resistant!