An attractive perennial herb with pink/white flowers in summer and deep-green leaves that have a most refreshing , minty aroma.
Growing Tips: Mints require open soil with summer moisture. Given these conditions they can run away so should be planted where this is desired or in large pots.
Position: Part to Full Sun
Height: 60cm Width: 1m
Use: Mix with other herbs and use as a marinade or add late in the cooking. Finely chop leaves and use them in sauces and drizzles for deserts, steep whole leaves in boiling water to create a refreshing tea. Make strong tea then mix with chilled soda water for a tasty summer drink. Use sprigs as garnish for deserts, salads and cocktails.