Garrett's mint, is a small, fragrant shrub that
reaches 19.7 in (50 cm) in height. It was originally classified as scrub mint
and bears a strong resemblance to that species. It can be differentiated from
the scrub mint by its scent, leaf size, and the color of its flowers. Both its
floriferous and vegetative shoots are stiff and ascend from a
ramose (many-branched) woody base.