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Ginger mint herbs are a delightful addition to fresh summer melon salads, as well as warm or cool teas and lemonade. Finely chopped pieces of mint can be added to softened butter for a delicious spread. Fresh grilled meats taste great with a lemon juice and mint leaf marinade.
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Ginger mint, Mint
Mentha × gentilis (Ginger mint). A perennial hybrid cross of M. arvensis x M. spicata.
They are very frost hardy, and need sunshine and rich soil with lots of moisture. You can propagate from seed or by root division in spring or autumn.
Grown for their aromatic foliage, which is both decorative and used as a culinary herb.