Pycnanthemum incanum, or Hoary Mountain Mint, grows to a height of three feet. Hoary Mountain Mint produces clusters of tiny white flowers from July to August. The leaves surrounding the flowers are silvery white. The native perennial prefers well-drained soils in full to part sun. It is very aromatic and a top ten perennial pollinator plant.

Light: Sun, Part Sun
Soil moisture: Moist-Medium
Height: 3′
Bloom time: July, Aug, Sept
Color: White
Spacing: 2′