Basil mountain-mint is an endangered plant in Connecticut. The photos show a cultivated plant.
- Family: mint (Lamiaceae)
- Habitat: dry fields, dry open woods
- Height: 12-30 inches
- Flower size: 1/4 inch long, on disk-shaped heads around 1 inch across
- Flower color: white to pale lavender
- Flowering time: July to September
- Origin: native