Herbs forum: Yerba Buena

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Name: Mike
Baltimore, MD (Zone 7b)
Organic Gardener Herbs Vegetable Grower Permaculture
Jun 5, 2016 9:26 AM CST
Anyone have experience with Micromeria Douglasii (Yerba Buena)? It's a trailing west coast native used to make a mint flavored tea. I've read that it's evergreen and hardy to zone 7, but I'm curious how it would do in a mid Atlantic zone 7 garden. I'd especially like to know how it would look in winter. I've seen quite a few plants that are root hardy, but are only actually evergreen in no freeze zones.

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