Hardy Perennial. A more ornamental version of the famed centuries old medicinal, with electric purple small pom pom blossom stems and fuzzy silver grey foliage. The dried leaves and flowers are used as a remedy for respiratory issues. Traditionally used as a tea or in lozenges. A member of the mint family this cultivar is not invasive. The bees love the flowers! Easy to grow from seed, sow in small cells in spring and cover lightly. Keep warm to start. Plant in a sunny location.