Mint is a perennial herb grown for its leaves which have many culinary uses. Not all Mentha are edible however. Their leaves are generally fragrant when crushed. They can be invasive so plant them where their root systems do not swamp other plants. ‘Chocolate’ Mint can be very invasive, so is best grown in a pot. It has a chocolate scent that makes it smell like After Eight Mints!

Scientific Classification:

Scientific Name: ————
Common Names: ———–
Kingdom: ———–
Native Range: ———-
Family: ————-
Genus: ————

How to care and grow ?

Light:

— thrives best in —

Soil:

— grows well in —

Water:

—-

Temperature:

It prefers a temperature between —

Fertilizer:

Fertilize once a month —

Propagation:

— can be easily propagated by —

Humidity:

It requires moist air.

Pests and Diseases:

It has no serious pest or disease problems.

Write A Comment

seven + ten =

Pin It