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Apple Mint

Apple Mint (Mentha suaveolens)

Apple-scented foliage with a hint of mint is a fragrant addition to the garden. Whorls of purple blooms in summer are an added bonus. Attracts bees and butterflies to the garden.

Chocolate Mint

Chocolate Mint (Mentha x piperita)

An irresistible chocolate-mint fragrance sets this perennial herb apart from other mints! This selection makes a nice groundcover for beds and borders near paths, benches or porches where the scent can be enjoyed. The plant is quite vigorous and should be planted in containers if…

Corsican Mint

Corsican Mint (Mentha requienii)

A quick spreading, mat-forming perennial with peppermint scented leaves. Unlike other Mentha species, this native of France and Italy prefers to grow in part shade. May be used for cooking and brewing tea in place of other mints.

Curly Mint

Curly Mint 'Crispa' (Mentha spicata)

Bees and butterflies will flock to your garden to seek out this plant! This unique mint produces leaves with a "crinkled" apperance. Snip a few fresh leaves and add them iced tea, or use dried leaves to brew your own homemade herbal tea. Fresh-cut sprigs make a lovely garnish on the…

Ginger Mint

Ginger Mint (Mentha x gracilis)

A delicious fragrance and spreading growth habit makes this Mint a real stand-out in the landscape! Fresh leaves are great for adding a spicy ginger flavor to fruit salads and tomato dishes. It is best to grow this vigorous plant in containers on the patio or a sunny windowsill to…

Lemon Mint

Lemon Mint (Mentha x piperita citrata)

This delightful plant produces leaves with a distinct lemon-mint flavor and fragrance. Snip a few fresh leaves and add them iced tea, or use dried leaves to brew your own homemade herbal tea. The leaves can also be used to add a zesty flavor to salads, jellies or lamb dishes. It is…

Mint

Mint 'Berries and Cream' (Mentha Hybrid)

Mint breeder James Westerfield introduced yet another winner with this compact, perennial herb. ‘Berries and Cream’ has a warm, soothing aroma and flavor that hints of berries and mint. Its deep green leaves and mauve flowers in summer are visually appealing, as well.

Mint

Mint 'Eau De Cologne' (Mentha x piperita citrata)

The leaves of 'Eau de Cologne' possess a distinct citrus scent and flavor! Snip a few fresh leaves and add them iced tea, or use dried leaves to brew your own homemade herbal tea. Sprinkle a few leaves into salads to add a zesty flavor. It is best to grow this vigorous plant in…

Mint

Mint 'Emerald & Gold' (Mentha spicata)

The gold-splashed leaves of this variety really stand out in the landscape! This mint looks quite nice when planted in a rock garden or in containers on decks and patios. It can also be brought indoors and placed on a sunny windowsill. The leaves possess a fruity spearmint scent and…

Mint

Mint 'Grapefruit' (Mentha aquatica citrata)

The leaves of this mint are larger than other varieties and emit a light grapefruit scent. They can be used as a unique garnish on the dinner plate. Snip a few fresh leaves and add them to iced tea to give it a light citrus flavor. Plant in pots and place on a patio or a sunny…