1000ORGANICALLY GROWN Mint Mix 4Varieties Heirloom NON-GMO Spearmint Peppermint

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4 Varieties Mint Mix Seeds, Herb, Heirloom, NON-GMO, Perennial, Easy to Grow, Super Fragrant, Rich Flavor, ORGANICALLY GROWN! Please scroll down for free gift information. Peppermint (Mentha pipareta) (24"-36") Longer stalks and less hairy than spearmint; purple stems and very fragrant leaves are used to flavor tea, candy, liquors and medicines. A rampant grower so surround with a 10" edging to confine roots. This perennial grows to 3 feet tall and spreads rapidly to indefinite widths. Spearmint Spearmint (Mentha Spicata) - Sweetly aromatic, Spearmint, can be used in both cooking and in potpourri and other fragrant decorative items. Spearmint herb is used to make mint jellies and sauces and of course, tea! Spearmint also has medicinal benefits as well. It is a wonderful addition for the garden that can easily be started with Spearmint herb seeds. Super fragrant! Lemon Mint (Monarda citriodora) (aka Lemon Bergamot, Lemon Bee Balm, Horsemint) Used by Native Americans for medicinal and culinary purposes. Citrus-flavored leaves can be minced and added to fruit jellies, teas, salads, smoothies. Beautiful purplish bracts, 24-30" tall. Aromatic and colorful in fall. With a delightful lemon scent and lavender flowers, this wildflower is a favorite of butterflies and hummingbirds. Aromatic foliage makes it deer resistant. Self-seeding annual. Lemon Balm Melissa Lemon Balm (Melissa Odorata) - Start Lemon Balm seeds and grow the soothing, aromatic herb right on the windowsill! Lemon Balm's most popular use is in soothing herbal teas, where its lemon-scented volatile oils are released. Chopped fresh leaves are also good in salads, soups and stews. The dried leaves are also a perfect ingredient for potpourri and dream pillows.

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