Grow your own fresh and fragrant mint at home, and enjoy full flavoured feasts every day. These seeds produce a delicious herb and tiny purple flowers that can be easily grown in pots, containers or as a decoration for garden edges. This common culinary mint has a long lasting, pleasant aroma when crushed and is a great addition to salads, fruit salads and sauces. Plant it in well cultivated soil to benefit from a bountiful garden.
|Growth Height — 60 CM|
|Light Requirements — Part Shade|
|Soil Requirements — Well drained soil|
Sow seeds in a seed tray or punnet at a depth of 15mm (half-inch). Thin as necessary and transplant to the growing position when 20cm (8in) tall, avoiding damage to roots. Water the seedlings into 15cm (6in) deep holes, allowing 30cm (12in) between rows. Make successive sowings for a continuous supply. Harvest when stems are 25mm (1in) thick, usually about 16 weeks from sowing.
Keep soil moist.