Plant Details: Indian Grave Mountain Mint
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Indian Grave Mountain Mint
This recently found new species was discovered in middle Georgia by native plant enthusiast/native plant guru Jim Rodgers and introduced in to the trade by Nearly Native Nursery in the summer of 2003. "N3 XXX' is a saturated vibrant pink form that prefers xeric (dry) sunny conditions and flowers late August through October. It resembles a dwarf version of Georgia Basil but, flowers more profusely with a low open growth habit. This new species is easy to grow and is a reliable performer. A truly nice semi evergreen small shrub which matures to 14"High x 28"Wide.
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