Lemon Mint Seeds
Lemon Mint offers clusters of pretty pink/purple blooms that are highly attractive to bees and butterflies. Crush or rub the leaves of Monarda citriodora and enjoy its distinctive citrusy-lemon scent. Lemon mint can spread rapidly in a garden – you can curb it by planting in a container.
Leaves can be used raw or cooked for flavoring in salads, cooked foods, and for tea.
1/8 g. seed packet
Name: Lemon Mint
Scientific Name: Monarda citriodora
Life Cycle: Annual – self seeds readily
Bloom Color: pink/purple
Light Requirements: Full Sun
Growing Instructions: Sow outdoors 1-2 weeks after average last frost. Seeds are tiny, and only need to be raked lightly into soil – covering with too much soil will smother the seedlings.
|Dimensions||4 × 4 × 1 in|