- Mint is a perennial plant; have fragrant, strongly flavored leaves.
- Mint is an aromatic plant, almost exclusively perennial herbs. This herb is spread widely underground and overground stolons and erect branched stems. The leaves are arranged in opposite pairs, from oblong to lanceolate shaped, and with a serrated margin.
- Leaf colors range from dark green and gray-green to purple, blue, and sometimes pale yellow. The flowers are white to purple in color.
Planting And Care
- Feed with the fertilizer in the spring.
- Avoid direct contact with a fertilizer of the leaves.
- Cut back all broken and otherwise damaged branches.
- Look for spider mites, mealybugs, leaf spots, and root rot. Apply cure on time.
Common Mint Plant Care
The mint plant is very easy to grow. In dry climates, the herb grows easily in a well-drained, semi-shaded position. Plant individuals with the distance between 40 x 40 cm spacing during June - July.
Sunlight Full to partial sunlight Watering Moderately Soil Loamy Soil Temperature 20 to 35 degrees C Fertilizer Apply any organic fertilizer
Plant Height 12 inch (30 cm)*above specifications are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10% Common Name Mint Maximum Reachable Height Up to 2 feet Bloom Time NOt defined Difficulty Level Easy to grow
Common Mint Plant Special Feature
Strongly flavored leaves
Common Mint Plant Uses
- It contains essential oils and does help with health problems
- Note: Please consult your health expert
- The leaves are strongly flavored and make an excellent addition to stuffings