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Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium)

Pleasantly scented, gray-green foliage forms a low, spreading carpet suitable for edging gardens, walkways or cascading over the side of a container. Produces lavender blooms that are sure to attract bees and butterflies to the garden.


Peppermint (Mentha x piperita)

Peppermint is very easy to grow, and is useful for both the landscape and the kitchen! The highly aromatic leaves are nice for flavoring teas, iced drinks and salads. Makes a fabulous instant breath freshener just by chewing a leaf! It is best to grow this vigorous plant in…


Spearmint 'Kentucky Colonel' (Mentha spicata)

This popular mint produces crinkled leaves with a delicious spearmint scent and flavor! 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 dinner plate. It is best to grow this…


Spearmint (Mentha spicata)

Fragrant, spear-shaped, bright green foliage adds a refreshing feel to the landscape. Purple blooms and lush growth add to its appeal. Attracts bees to the garden.


Spearmint 'Wintergreen' (Mentha spicata)

This is a great mint for adding fragrance to the garden. Plant it near patios or in pots on a porch or deck to enjoy the mellow, soothing scent of wintergreen. Use the leaves for cooking or adding to tea or iced beverages. Very easy to grow in just about any sunny location.

Variegated Peppermint

Variegated Peppermint 'Variegata' (Mentha x piperita)

The variegated foliage of this easy-to-grow selection is nice for planting in an herb garden or as an accent among flowers in beds and borders. The highly aromatic leaves can be used to add flavor to teas, iced drinks or salads. Dried leaves are nice for adding to potpourris and herb…

Variegated Pineapple Mint

Variegated Pineapple Mint 'Variegata' (Mentha suaveolens)

Delicious pineapple scent sets this plant apart from other mints. Bright green and creamy white variegated foliage is an attractive addition to the herb garden or planted among flowers in beds and borders. Blooms in the summer attract bees and butterflies to the garden.

Vietnamese Mint, Hung Cay

Vietnamese Mint, Hung Cay (Mentha x gracilis)

The zesty flavor of Hung Cay (the Vietnamese name for this plant that translates to “spicy mint”) is at the heart of many Vietnamese recipes. It is a sweet mint but with a spicy kick. A lovely plant for the border or an herb garden. Butterflies love the flowers! Grow this as an…