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Clinopodium arkansanum ~ limestone calamint



  • FACW

  • Michigan C Value: 10

  • also known as Calamintha arkansan, Clinopodium arkansanum, Satureja glabella, Calamintha glabella, Clinopodium arkansanum, Clinopodium glabrum, Hedeoma arkansana, Hedeoma glabra, Micromeria glabella, Satureja arkansana, Satureja glabra, Satureja glabella, limestone savory, Arkansas savory, wild savory, Arkansas mint, calamint, limestone calamint, low calamint, Niagara thyme, Ozark calamint

  • flowers on erect stems range from white to mid purple; blooms June through late September

  • leaves are linear, opposite, oval, and vary from blue–green to deep green in colour

  • ground–hugging stolons that form a mat–like growth; also sends up flowers on leafy shoots

  • native

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