I’m relatively new to gardening and just bought 5 Broad-Leaved Mountain Mints. I think they got knocked over at the nursery since some of the stems are deformed and are. Should I cut the stems back, stake them, or something else. Some advice would be helpful.
If you do not intend to put the plants in ground, I would put them in a larger container. They are, likely, running out of room.
Here is an article that will help you with the care of these plants:
I planted it near my gate and the bees have taken it over. I cannot get near it without getting stung. I have other plants around it and don’t want to harm them.
In the late evening it is usually safe to be around places they forage. They are not out in the evening. You can then dig it up and relocate it to a distant area.