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Mint  – Pineapple mint


A PERENNIAL growing from 40cm – 1m with light green broad oval leaves with yellow to white variegations, that are somewhat hairy on top and downy underneath. Flowers are white or pink and form in mid to late summer. Attractive to bees.
Can grow in almost any moist soil in a full sun or semi-shade position.
Leaves are eatan raw or cooked and like other mints, used as a domestic herbal remedy.

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With a sweet, fruity spearmint-like flavour, use this like any mint, fresh or cooked, as a flavouring in salads or cooked foods. A herb tea can be made form the leaves.
Valued as an antiseptic and for aiding digestion. Mint tea can be helpful for fevers, headaches and digestive disorders.
It is repellent to rats and mice.

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(Mentha suaveolens 'Variegata')