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This perennial is native to north central North America and is commonly found in dry open woodlands and prairies. Another name is Anise Hyssop because of its delightful fragrance – a mixture of mint and licorice. Honey bees and native bees love this plant, which makes it ideal for pollinator gardens and conservation plantings.