Gardeners can shy away from this variety because of the word "mint". We get it. Nobody wants a plant that takes over the garden, and Mountain Mint is a strong naturalizer. If you have room to cover and you want a quick, fragrant, lovely solution that won't be put in its place by weeds, Mountain Mint is the way to go. But its name is deceiving—it's not in the mint family at all. In fact, it's much more obedient then mint—if it's naturalizing where you'd rather it not grow, just break the roots on the outside border of the plant in spring.
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