Pycanthemum Muticum is a true magnet for beneficials! This 3-foot tall, profoundly aromatic, perennial wildflower will be dancing in your garden with the flittering of bees and butterflies. The decidedly showy and nectar-filled landing pad for pollinators is formed by tiny, pinkish-white flowers, fuzzy blue-green, silvery bracts and oval toothed leaves sitting atop strong square stems. With a strong clump-forming growth habit, it is a good naturalizing plant, and also drought tolerant. Unlike true mints (Mentha species), mountain mint is not invasive. Slowly spreads by rhizomes.