This is a fine little semi-woody plant from the US which has a strong scent when brushed against. In the Lamiaceae family alongside mints, the cent is very much mint-like and so a position where it can be touched is recommended.
Bluish-grey foliage is small and rounded, being held on lax stems which benefit from a cutting back through the year to encourage a good rigid habit as a young plant.
Flowers are pale lilac/lavender and a held on stem tips throughout summer.
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