This member of the Mint family, native to eastern North America, grows in dense clusters along creeks and banks, as well as in thickets and woods. Prized by humans as an aromatic herb, its distinctive ragged red flowers are attractive to a variety of garden pollinators, especially when massed.
Click on each photo to see large images and detailed information.
REACH US VIA EMAIL!
- Contact the EMG Help Desk at email@example.com for answers to all your qardening questions.
Upcoming Online Public Ed Events
Subscribe by email
Blogs by our Master Gardeners
For Master Gardeners
Previous Post Archives