This common, attractive variety of mint has aromatic forest green, serrated leaves and violet-blue flowers. Easy to grow and surviving well in nearly all climates spearmint can be used dried or fresh to complement potatoes and peas and add flavour to sauces.
Sow in situ after the last frost about 1/4 inch deep making sure to keep the soil moist. After germination (approximately 1-2 weeks) thin out to 12-18 inches apart. This plant can be invasive so is best grown in a pot or isolated bed.
Packet Content:500 (Approx)