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A genus close to mint and catnip, Calamintha are small perennials belonging to the mint family. Often creeping, they produce numerous small tubular flowers in late spring, which can be pink, purple or white depending on the varieties. They grow in the sun, prefer well-drained soils and tolerate limestone soils very well. Calaminthas will thrive in rock gardens, wildflower beds or minimalist gardens, alongside wormwoods, thymes, coreopsis or yarrow.

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