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Mountain Mints: Minty but No Need for Mountains…

By Anne Galer, Extension Master Gardener My first encounter with mountain mints (Pycnanthemum) came when I was making the bouquets for my daughter’s wedding. We had the cherished peachy roses and hydrangeas from my garden and went in search of … Continue reading

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