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Native perennial of mesic deciduous woodlands and areas near thickets and limestone glades
Moderate sun to partial shade and moist to moderate conditions (plant anywhere)
Blooms white or light purple, June - August
Grows 1 - 3 ft.
Fun Fact: Hairy Wood Mint gets its common name from its curiously hairy stems and flower whorls
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