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(aka: Clinopodium georgianum A1FL-165) We collected cuttings of this heavy flowering selection of the wonderful Georgia Savory in 2001 from Barbour County, Alabama, where it was growing with Coreopsis major. Clinopodium georgianum 'Barbour Belle' makes a 18" tall x 2' wide clump of deciduous woody stems that are clothed during the growing season by small, round green leaves that, when crushed, smell strongly of peppermint. Clinopodium 'Barbour Belle' begins flowering in late summer and continues into October with small, light mauvy lavender flowers smothering each stem. This is really one of my favorites for the dry rock garden...good drainage is important.