Varieties: English, Basil, Catmint, Chocolate, Corsican, Eau de Cologne, Garden, Ginger, Julep, Liquorice, peppermint, pineapple, spearmint, wild mint
Growing Requirements: Mint is a hardy perennial that makes itself quite a nuisance by taking over the herb garden. It is best contained in a pot. It is grown by root division and requires rich, moist , well composted soil. It prefers semi shade to shade. Many varieties of mint, often hybridised, exist and most can be used in cooking. Mint is popular in Middle Eastern dishes, although in the West it is usually used as mint tea and in desserts and as a garnish and, of course, as mint sauce for lamb.
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