Blephilia ciliata (Purple Wood Mint)

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Blephilia ciliata (Purple Wood Mint)

7.00

This unusual plant is found on well-drained shale banks and hills.  This member of the mint family produces beautiful bottle-brush shaped spikes of purple-pink flowers in mid-summer.  The foliage is equally exciting; dark green leaves with purple veins grow in thick rosettes on steep slopes.  A nice choice for rock gardeners, plant in light deciduous shade.  Plants with flower stalks are roughly 2’ ft.  This plant is hardy in zones 5-8;  VA. ecotype. 

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