This is a clump forming perennial herb which aids in attracting bees to the garden.
It strives in a moist fertile soil. Best suited to garden growth
Growing tips: May become dormant in cold areas.
In warmer regions foliage colour improves by planting it in a semi shaded position.
Position: Full sun to semi shade
Height / spacing: 1m, 50cm
Uses: Leaves and flowers can be added to salads.
Oswego tea is made with an infusion of bergamot leaves.