How to grow ginger mint you ask. It’s amazing the number of varieties of mint is out there. Ginger mint (Mentha x gracilis syn.) You might hear this mint be called different things such as Scotch, or Austrian mint. It has beautiful lavender blooms. The aroma smells like[…]

Chocolate Mint. Oh me oh my. The Latin name is Mentha x Piperita ‘Chocolate’. this plant is easy to grow and smells fantastic. It has a strong but subtle chocolate scent. Use these fragrant leaves in your meals and drinks. You can grow this herb inside or outside[…]

Catmint is not what you are thinking of, it has nothing to do with a cat. This is not catnip either. It has some difference as catnip as it is not as pretty in the garden as this is, It is a beautiful plant with deep purple blue[…]

I have taught you how to propagate mint from plants, now onto seeds. It is just as easy. The plants will take off once they come up. Getting them to sprout take a little work and mostly sunshine. There are so many positives about growing mint in your[…]

How to grow mint quick and free. Instead of buying several more plants, just grow some more. It is simple and easy to do. Find you a healthy plant and count down a few leaves from the top of the stem and take off those leaves. Have a[…]

What types of mint is for you? It is a fantastic asset in your garden. It is fast growing, smells fantastic, and easy to take care of. The mint family(genus mentha) has square stems and aromatic leaves and has hundreds of varieties. Most of the common mints are[…]

Wouldnt you like to have herbs all the time? then growing a herb garden is for you . All you need is a window. Buying fresh herbs are pricey in the store, you buy these plastic containers in the produce section and normally will only use a portion[…]