Bush Mint sometimes referred to as “Native Pennyroyal”
Mat-forming herb, rhizomatous and often producing ascending to prostrate branches at nodes; branches glabrous or covered with short spreading hairs.
Grows in sandy-clay to clay-rich soils, frequently in grassy areas
Sun or shade, attracts bees & insects. Tiny, white flowers will attract bees in summer. The plant may seed and die back if the weather gets really hot.
Can be invasive although not as bad as common mint. Keep it in a pot.