Deb Stephens wrote:I think the first one is probably calamint.
Jennifer Quinn wrote:
Excellent! Thanks to your lead, I think I have a positive ID for this plant as Calamintha Arkansana Ozark Calamint. It is apparently native to the U.S. and somewhat rare, so I will be propagating it and sharing with anyone who wants some. According to the North American Native Plant Society, C. Arkansana likes soil with a pH of 6.8-8.0 and does well in rock gardens.
Here is a picture of the flower from the second plant:
Deb Stephens wrote:Having 4 petals and 6 stamens usually indicates a brassica of some sort... And do let us know when you find it
Deb Stephens wrote:So... great teamwork. I love trying to figure these things out, don't you?
Deb Stephens wrote:I love arugula by the way, and would really like to know if these taste as good. Let me know if you try them. Bon apetite!