Rose/purple tube-shaped flowers with woolly bracts are found clustered at the top & upper leaf axils from June through September, weakly aromatic leaves can be used as a seasoning or tea, drought tolerant, attracts butterflies & bees, spreads by seed and rhizomes. This species is native to part of North America (listed below) & introduced from Europe elsewhere.
Native Range: Labrador across s ON to MN, south to TN & NC
Germination - Very Easy: No treatment. Small seed. Surface sow.
Wild Basil in a 3.5 inch pot $10.00 (Temporarily Sold Out*)
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