Sweet Mint

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Mint is in the Mentha genus of the Mint family, and while there are many plants in the wider Mint family that have “mint” in their common name, only members of the Mentha genus are known as “true Mints.” Around the world, you can find about twenty-five or so species of true Mint with hundreds of varieties, as mint species freely cross among themselves!
Mint is rich in vitamins A and C and also contains smaller amounts of vitamin B2 and minerals like calcium, copper, zinc, and magnesium.
Mint can be used fresh or dried in sweet and savory applications and is particularly popular in Turkish, Indian, Vietnamese, Greek, and Persian cuisines. Add fresh Mint leaves to fruit or green salads, use as a garnish, or brew into a stomach-soothing, cold-combating herbal tea.

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Description

Mint is in the Mentha genus of the Mint family, and while there are many plants in the wider Mint family that have “mint” in their common name, only members of the Mentha genus are known as “true Mints.” Around the world, you can find about twenty-five or so species of true Mint with hundreds of varieties, as mint species freely cross among themselves! Mint is rich in vitamins A and C and also contains smaller amounts of vitamin B2 and minerals like calcium, copper, zinc, and magnesium. Mint can be used fresh or dried in sweet and savory applications and is particularly popular in Turkish, Indian, Vietnamese, Greek, and Persian cuisines. Add fresh Mint leaves to fruit or green salads, use as a garnish, or brew into a stomach-soothing, cold-combating herbal tea.

Plant Care:

Cut sweet mint 1-2 inches below the leaf cluster, at the stem node. Stem node – Point where stems meet and looks like a “V”. Use leaves and discard the cut stems.

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