A 1-2' perennial with 1" white flowers. The fragrant foliage has a very good mint odor. Native to 2000'+ throughout much of the West. It likes part shade to shade where the summers are hot and full sun where the temperatures do not reach above 85-90 deg. It needs a fairly rich soil, garden water. A middle to upper montane species that resents lower elevations in the west. I would expect it to be very useful on the east coast in rock gardens or perennial beds.
Monardella odoratissima's foliage type is evergreen and has fragrance.
Monardella odoratissima's flower color is white.
Communities for Monardella odoratissima:Bristle-cone Pine, Lodgepole Forest, Sub-Alpine Forest and Yellow Pine Forest.
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