Mint plants, pineapple mint, peppermint, pineapple mints plants for sale, spearmint plants for sale
Peppermint Herb  Plant
Peppermint is the oldest and most popular
flavour of mint-flavoured confectionery and is
often used in tea and for flavouring ice cream,
confectionery, chewing gum, and toothpaste.
Peppermint can also be found in some
shampoos, soaps and skin care products.
Pineapple Mint  Plant
Peppermint Herb Plant
Pineapple Mint pinch back stems regularly (or harvest
for use in teas and baking or as garnish) to
encourage a bushy shape and promote new growth,
which has the strongest fragrance. If stems with plain
green stems appear clip them off.
Pineapple Mint
Spearmint Herb Plant
They can also be preserved in salt, sugar, sugar syrup,
alcohol, or oil. The leaves lose their aromatic appeal
after the plant flowers. It can be dried by cutting just
before, or right (at peak) as the flowers open.
Spearmint
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It is estimated that 13 to 18 Mint species exist, and the exact distinction between
species is still unclear. Hybridization between some of the species occur
naturally. Many other hybrids, as well as numerous cultivars are known.

Mints are aromatic, almost exclusively perennial, rarely annual herbs. They have
underground and overground stolons and erect, square branched stems. The
leaves are arranged in opposite pairs, from oblong to lanceolate, often downy,
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 and
produced in false whorls called verticillasters. The corolla is two-lipped with four
subequal lobes, the upper lobe usually the largest. The fruit is a nutlet,
containing one to four seeds.

While the species that make up the Mentha genus are widely distributed and can
be found in many environments, most grow best in wet environments and moist
soils. Mints will grow 10–120 cm tall and can spread over an indeterminate area.
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