Showy lavender-pink flowers grow in clusters atop 1’ tall, grass-like stems from early summer to autumn. The flowers, bulbs and leaves of this long-lived perennial are edible; its common name comes from it not leaving an offensive odor on one’s breath after eating. Deters moles and deer from the garden and its crushed leaves can be used on the skin to repel fleas, ticks and mosquitos. Spreads slowly and not considered invasive.
Plant in full sun in light, sandy soil.