Heritage Status: Overseas
Number of Seeds: 100
Description: Perennial herb, grows to 1 m. Is in the mint family, has spikes of violet-blue flowers and aromatic leaves sometimes used for tea. Insects and in particular bees and butterflies are wildly attracted to the flowers. Beneficial insect plant.
Planting Instructions: Plant into seed tray in Spring, prick out at 2.5 cm diagonal spacing. Transplant when leaves touch at 30 cm diagonal spacing. Alternatively you could scatter sow directly onto the ground.