Scutellaria incana Blooms: July Height: 90 cm Width: 90 cm Light: Medium Moisture: Low After first flush of bloom is finished in August, this plant can be sheared back for a second flowering period before winter (Zone
Hairy wood mint (Blephilia hirsuta) is a wonderful native plant that can be grown in a rock garden or in light dappled shade at the edge of the woodland garden. Like most mints, it is fragrant, and the small, tubular flowers are dotted with purple at the edge of the lip.
martha stewart's bee hives: behind the bee hives is anise hyssop, whose soft, anise-scented leaves are used as a seasoning, as a tea, & in potpourri. bees love the purple flower spike & they make a light fragrant honey from the nectar.