The botanical name for Calamint is Calamintha. White, lilac, pink, red, or light blue flowers bloom from early summer into autumn and attract butterflies. This has long been a medicinal herb with uses ranging from topical to endemic. The high menthol content of the leaves makes it a perfect poultice for bruises and contusions, as well as a rub for bronchial issues.
Soil: Use well draining soil
Light: Partial shade to full sun
Water: Drought tolerant, water more often when temperatures are high
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