Lemon Mint

Vigorous blooms add a wildflower look and spicy citrus scent to bouquets.

Towers of bright lavender 1 1/2-2" blooms on straight and thin, yet sturdy stems. An unusual and easy-to-use cut flower. The blooms and leaves are edible, though the leaves are intensely spicy. Native to the US. Also known as lemon bee balm, purple horsemint, and lemon mint.

• Edible Flowers: Add petals to salads, sprinkle over mild fish, use in fruit salads, or to garnish desserts and drinks. Flavor is minty and spicy. Leaves are used to flavor salads, cooked foods, and tea.

• Attracts Beneficial Insects: Nectar plant for bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. 

4-pack for $3

2 4-packs for $5