Wild Mint is magnificent – fabulous and fragrant, easy to grow, great for herb beginners and kids.
Mint has 100’s of great uses, the only thing not to love is when it swallow’s your garden whole. So keep the roots contained in a good-sized pot close to the kitchen in a sunny spot and water it well for best results.
Or you can plant straight into the middle of the lawn for a scent sensation as you mow, flavour new potatoes or use leaves in a tea to calm your stomach.
Take a handful of FRESH wild mint (wild mint has the minty-est flavour),
1 1/2 tablespoons of sugar
juice of a lemon
Crush mint, sugar and lemon juice together, add lemonade and pour into glass over ice. Garnish with mint, lemon or sugar.
Click HERE for the Living Herbs info sheet or visit your local garden centre – Kings Plant Barn, Palmers Garden Centres & Planet Stores, Mitre 10’s and Mega’s and most independent garden centres stock great quality Living Herbs plants.