Soft gray-green round leaves have an apple-menthol fragrance. Delightful for tea.
This mint from France really smells of bananas! Good in fruit salads.
Blue Balsam Tea Mint
One of our favorites. Shorter growing with dark purple green leaves in early spring.
Good peppermint flavor with rich aromatic overtone of chocolate. Like a chocolate peppermint patty. Wonderful for fruit desserts and ices.
Georgia Apple Mint
Golden variegated leaves. Mild flavor.
Grapefruit scented leaves. Great Butterfly attractor with large purple blooms.
Kentucky Colonel Mint Julep
Delightfully spicy spearmint for the perfect Mint Julep. Outstanding for teas and lemonade.
Lavender scented mint.
Leaves make a fine tea and are excellent in fish dishes. The purple flowers are also edible and can be used to add an interesting touch to your cookery. Bee plant.
Lemon Bergomot Mint
Lime scented leaves. Used in Margaritas.
Large leafed spearmint from the Herb Garden at Bob Marley’s Museum in Kingston, Jamaica.
Mint the Best
An especially aromatic and vigorous strain. Best variety for jellies, juleps, sauces and Greek cookery.
The mint that Cubans use when they make their world famous mojitos.
Hint of citrus. Used in teas, punches and potpourris. Also known as Eau de cologne mint. Can be used to flavor drinking water. Insect and flea repellent.
Traditionally used as a tea to soothe the stomach.
White streaked leaves similar to apple mint, with sweeter, fruity scent.
Red Stemmed Apple Mint
Rare cross between peppermint and spearmint. Good for teas. Tall 2-3’ tall.
Good cooking mint. Best for mint jelly for lamb.
Opposite paired leaves curl in opposite directions. Spiral effect when viewed from above.
Sweet spearmint flavor, the strain featured in Vietnames dishes.
Has the flavor of the mint candy. Good tea mint.