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May 31, 2009

Lime Mint

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Lime mint – latin name Mentha x piperita citrata ‘Lime’ :

  • upright
  • vigorous
  • hardy, perennial herb
  • dark green leaves
  • purple flowers in summer
  • smells of lime when leaves rubbed


Growing conditions for lime mint:

  • rich, moist soil
  • sun or partial shade
  • tubs & patios

Height of lime mint is approx 60cm or 2 feet

Use lime mint in:

  • fruit salads
  • summer drinks

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