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10 New Native Plants For 2015 [Slideshow] - Today's Garden Center

10 New Native Plants For 2015 [Slideshow] - Today's Garden Center

Milkweed and Salvia combo container planted in the ground

Milkweed and Salvia combo container planted in the ground

LEMON MINT -Monarda citriodora - Sprawling bushy plant with whorls of pink-lavender flowers along the length of its stems. Attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, it is native from Arizona to Florida and north to Nebraska. Prefers soils with a high clay content. The leaves smell of lemon and Oregano and are used in fish and meat dishes, desserts, wines, as well as teas. Tea is used to treat cold, coughs, and fevers. Contains citronellol which is repellant to fleas and mosquitos.

LEMON MINT -Monarda citriodora - Sprawling bushy plant with whorls of pink-lavender flowers along the length of its stems. Attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, it is native from Arizona to Florida and north to Nebraska. Prefers soils with a high clay content. The leaves smell of lemon and Oregano and are used in fish and meat dishes, desserts, wines, as well as teas. Tea is used to treat cold, coughs, and fevers. Contains citronellol which is repellant to fleas and mosquitos.

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How To Create And Care For Your Stunning Succulent Arrangements

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