- Mint can be very invasive. It's best to keep in an container or plant the container in a garden with 1-2" of the lip sticking out of the ground.
- For growing information please check out the blog Pumpkinist Lora
- Pot is 4" by 5" and contains one plant.
Kentucky Colonel Spearmint
Available end of May at the greenhouse
A cross between Apple mint and Spearmint. This is the mint they use to make Mint Juleps.
Flavor: Fruity mint
Flower color: White
Uses: Mint Juleps, beverages, and desserts.