• Common Mint

    Common Mint

    Use to flavor salad mix, main dishes, ice cream, and drinks. Variety not stated since mint does not grow true-to-type from seed. Medicinal: Leaves are used in tea to aid digestion. 60 days to harvest when started indoors. Avg. 385,500 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.

  • Coronado® Agastache Hummingbird Mint Plant

    Coronado® Agastache Hummingbird Mint Plant

    Few sights compare to a fully-blooming Coronado®in the sunny late-season garden, its blooms radiant orange-yellow, its peppermint-scented foliage tossing silvery glints, and its habit neat and compact. The longest-blooming member of its family, it demonstrates superb heat tolerance, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds as it flowers through the worst August weather.Just 15 to 20 inches high and up to 20 inches wide, this adaptable perennial is one of the easiest and most rewarding to grow in any sun-soaked setting. The foliage releases its scent when touched, so plant Coronado® where you will brush past it along pathways, at the front of…

    Few sights compare to a fully-blooming Coronado®in the sunny late-season garden, its blooms radiant orange-yellow, its peppermint-scented foliage tossing silvery glints, and its habit neat and compact. The longest-blooming member of its family, it demonstrates superb heat tolerance, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds as it flowers through the worst August weather.Just 15 to 20 inches high and up to 20 inches wide, this adaptable perennial is one of the easiest and most rewarding to grow in any sun-soaked setting. The foliage releases its scent when touched, so plant Coronado® where you will brush past it along pathways, at the front of…

  • Herb Mint

    Herb Mint

    Very versatile, for tangy mint sauce or garnish on new potatoes or peas. Z3-7. 12in. 90 days.

  • Korean Licorice Mint

    Korean Licorice Mint

    Aromatic, mint licorice flavored leaves with puple flower spikes attract bees and beautify the garden.  Makes a refreshing tea to soothe the stomach.  USDA Zones 5-9

  • Lime Culinary Mint Plant

    Lime Culinary Mint Plant

    Oh, the joy of this lime-scented mint! So easy to grow, so quick to spread, and so beautiful. And on top of all that, the foliage is blushed with burgundy tints, and the flavor of these leaves is tangy, citrusy, and delicious!The leaves emerge promptly in spring, rounded and generously brushed with deep red tones. The fragrance is both pepperminty and lime-y, a mouth-watering combination. And the flavor lives up to the scent, with both tangy and spicy overtones.Easy to grow in any sunny, well-drained spot, mint is a cut-and-come-again herb, filling in bare areas beautifully and needing very little…

    Oh, the joy of this lime-scented mint! So easy to grow, so quick to spread, and so beautiful. And on top of all that, the foliage is blushed with burgundy tints, and the flavor of these leaves is tangy, citrusy, and delicious!The leaves emerge promptly in spring, rounded and generously brushed with deep red tones. The fragrance is both pepperminty and lime-y, a mouth-watering combination. And the flavor lives up to the scent, with both tangy and spicy overtones.Easy to grow in any sunny, well-drained spot, mint is a cut-and-come-again herb, filling in bare areas beautifully and needing very little…

  • Mint Licorice (Anise Hyssop)

    Mint Licorice (Anise Hyssop)

    Clusters of bluish purple spikes on this 2-3' plant buzz with bees all summer.  Leaves and flowers make a delicious tea.  Chinese medicine recommends this for stomach disorders.  Cut whole plants and hang to dry for tea all winter.  Zones 4-9.

  • Mint, Licorice, Organic

    Mint, Licorice, Organic

    SECTION: Herbs, Anise Hyssop, Agastache foeniculum Attractive plant which attracts bees. Leaves have a distinctive licorice scent and flavor. Delightful for tea or seasoning. Showy purple flowers up to 4' in height often planted in flower beds. Zones 5-9. One packet will plant 100 sq ft when using 12” spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: Zones 5-9 P/Spacing 12” DAYS TO MAT: 75-80 SEEDS PER PACKET: 150 SOURCE CODE: O PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Sow seed shallowly in spring indoors or outdoors. Transplant to 1 foot apart;…

  • Mint-Lemon

    Mint-Lemon

    Monarda citriodora Lemon Mint is a non-invasive herbaceous member of the mint family grown for its ornamental value. The tiered pinkish-purple flowers are long lasting in fresh bouquets and can be dried for everlasting arrangements. Germination code: (1) Also available as a plant.

  • Mint-Spearmint

    Mint-Spearmint

    Mentha spicata Sweet-smelling and prolific, spearmint has a wide range of uses. Great used in teas and many types of salads. Excellent landscape plant with attractive pink multi-headed flowers. Germination code: (1)

  • Mountain Mint

    Mountain Mint

    SECTION: Herbs, Mountain Mint Pycnanthemum pilosum Hardy perennial wildflower with loads of fresh mint aroma, without the invasive roots of mint. Compact, good-looking landscape plant with spikes of pale lavender flowers that butterflies love. This drought-tolerant native plant thrives in difficult soils, even compacted clay! ( though you will want to start the seeds off in good garden soil or mix.) Sow in flats or nursery bed in early spring, as cold improves germination, and plant out in sun or partial shade. EA CULTURE: P / Zones 5-6 / Height 24-36" / Spacing 12" / SEEDS PER PACKET: 100 SOURCE…

    White flowers attract bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects. Needs staking in windy locations. Used in potpourri, incense and as an ingredient in natural insect repellent formulas. Medicinal: In teas for indigestion, fevers and to regulate the menstrual cycle. Avg. 223,000 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.

  • Orange Culinary Mint Plant

    Orange Culinary Mint Plant

    Here's a quick and easy accent for any sunny spot! Fragrant, lush, and delicious, orange mint is the ideal herb for container or garden. Add it to your landscape this season!Like all Mint, this beautiful variegated variety spreads quickly, so it's a great filler for those random bare spots that occur in even the best of gardens. The deep green leaves are richly flushed with shades of orange and purple (especially in spring), and the fragrance is heavenly -- a citrusy mint that makes you think of orange chocolate mints and Christmas!Perfect for containers as well as the sunny garden,…

    Here's a quick and easy accent for any sunny spot! Fragrant, lush, and delicious, orange mint is the ideal herb for container or garden. Add it to your landscape this season!Like all Mint, this beautiful variegated variety spreads quickly, so it's a great filler for those random bare spots that occur in even the best of gardens. The deep green leaves are richly flushed with shades of orange and purple (especially in spring), and the fragrance is heavenly -- a citrusy mint that makes you think of orange chocolate mints and Christmas!Perfect for containers as well as the sunny garden,…

  • Peppermint

    Peppermint

    Dark green leaves with a uniform, moderate savoy contrast nicely with the bright stems. Use at any size, from baby leaf in salad mix up to full size bunched. Avg. 30,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 200 seeds.

    Strongly aromatic peppermint can be used in both cooking - in drinks, salads, and baked goods - and in potpourri and other fragrant decorative items. In hot tea, it is said to help stomach upset.This perennial grows to 3 feet tall and spreads rapidly to indefinate widths. The 3 inch smooth, lance-shaped, toothed leaves are tinged with purple around the edges. Oblong terminal spikes of lilac-pink flowers appear all summer.Like other mints, peppermint is extremely easy to grow. In fact, it grows so well, it is best to confine it to containers. Grow in almost any soil conditions in sun…

  • Pineapple Mint Plant

    Pineapple Mint Plant

    Why grow "plain" Mint when now there is a splendidly variegated, aromatic Pineapple variety to fill garden and container with spicy-sweet scent? Derived from the popular Apple Mint, Pineapple Mint combines variegated foliage, rich scent, and creamy color to create the ideal herb garden standout, bedding or border ornamental, or stunning container subject.Measuring 12 to 18 inches high and not quite as wide, this plant offers small, crinkly leaves of deep green edged in creamy-white. Very aromatic, they should be planted where they can be brushed against, releasing their scent. In summer they are topped by creamy spikes of fragrant…

    Why grow "plain" Mint when now there is a splendidly variegated, aromatic Pineapple variety to fill garden and container with spicy-sweet scent? Derived from the popular Apple Mint, Pineapple Mint combines variegated foliage, rich scent, and creamy color to create the ideal herb garden standout, bedding or border ornamental, or stunning container subject.Measuring 12 to 18 inches high and not quite as wide, this plant offers small, crinkly leaves of deep green edged in creamy-white. Very aromatic, they should be planted where they can be brushed against, releasing their scent. In summer they are topped by creamy spikes of fragrant…

  • Spearmint

    Spearmint

    SECTION: Herbs, Mints, Mentha spicata Not quite so strong as Peppermint. Used in sauces, jellies, tea, drinks, candied. One packet will plant 500 sq ft when using 15" spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: P Zones 4-9/Spacing 15" SEEDS PER PACKET: 800 SOURCE CODE: E APPROX GERM DAYS: variable PLANTING DEPTH: shallow WHEN TO PLANT: spring to summer PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Start seed in flats in the Spring. Transplant 15" apart to an area with well prepared, moist soil, and partial shade to full sun. Spearmint…

    Sweetly aromatic spearmint can be used in both cooking -- in the well-known mint jelly and sauces -- and in potpourri and other fragrant decorative items.This perennial grows to 3 feet tall and spreads rapidly to indefinite widths.The 2-3 1/2 inch lance-shaped leaves are a unique wrinkled texture. Oblong terminal spikes of lilac-pink to white flowers appear all summer.Like other mints, spearmint is extremely easy to grow. In fact, it grows so well, it is best to confine it to containers. Grow in almost any soil conditions in sun or part shade, harvesting leaves all season long. Zones 4-9. Pkt…

  • Vietnamese Mint or Balm

    Vietnamese Mint or Balm

    A flavorful herb that has a lemon-like taste, that goes well in many dishes as well as making a great tea, which in Vietnam is used medicinally. A fast-growing plant that looks kind of like mint. Contains 50 heirloom seeds