One of the most commonly used members of the mint family, peppermint plants are largely used to flavor candies and pastries. The sprawling plants bear tubular white blooms in the middle to end of the summer, along with deep green leaves. This perennial can be cultivated in pots to avoid this problem even though it is invasive in the ground. For fresh tea and seasoning during the winter, they can also be cultivated as indoor plants.
Size of mature plant: 15" tall, 24" wide
Bloom: June to August
Full Sun, Partial Shade
well-drained soil: pH 6.0 to 7.5
Size of Container: at least a 3" Pot
Some of the photos are for visual purposes only. They are of my personal plants.
*About our plants
Cultivated on my farm in Alabama
Open-pollinated, and untreated (no fungicides, pesticides, herbicides, etc.)
Regularly tested to ensure they adhere to the strictest germination requirements
I provide comprehensive, in-depth growing instructions