A bold and fun plant with brilliant spikes of red, purple, blue and white flowers. The plant has culinary uses as the flowers are edible and the lemon-scented leaves being used as a herb, brewed as a herbal tea or to provide a refreshing addition to your sangria. The blooms can be used as long-lasting cut flowers. Known in Mexico as Toronjil. Drought tolerant once established. Not to WA. 40 seeds.