- Features: A hybrid mint with tall smooth stems, square in cross section. Dark green, aromatic leaves with reddish veins with attractive lilac pink blooms. Leaves and stems are typically slightly hairy.
- Light: Full sun, will tolerate some shade.
- Soil and water: Well drained, moist but not wet. Water as needed.
- Spacing: Space 30-60cm (12-24") apart.
- Height: Grows 30-60cm (12-24") in height.
- Growing tips: Mint is an aggressive plant, sending runners above and just under the ground. Being a hybrid, it is ususally sterile, producing no seeds.
- Garden use: Best in containers to prevent spreading but can be used in herb and flower beds.
- Culinary use: Typically used as a garnish. Often used for flavouring vinegars or jellies used with meat such as lamb. Also used in teas and desserts.