Well respected to be the most flavourful of the mint family matures second year. High aromatic its the classic ingredient for any culinary, medicinal and cosmetic use. Also known as garden mint, common mint, lamb mint and mackerel mint. Grow with caution we like to personally limit it to a pot/specific area. Great as a ground cover prolific grower enjoys moisture but tolerates dry. Has wonderful medicinal herb and culinary benefits.
Non-GMO, recognised as an Heirloom dating back to 1739
Seed Count approx 100
Planting Times Early Spring to Early Autumn