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Delicious, but invasive, this mint is best confined to a pot in small gardens. It is perennial and each spring sends up new shoots clothed with soft, furry, sweetly minty leaves, perfect for cooking with new potatoes.
Sow: Early to late spring
Harvest: Late spring to late summer
Soil Preference: Well-drained soil, moist soil
Sun or Shade: Partial or dappled shade
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