Apple Mint - Mint Sauces, Fruit Salads, Punches - Live Plant - 3" Pot

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HERBS: Treat yourself to fresh herbs right from your garden! The difference when home grown is impressive! All are excellent for adding distinctive flavor to meat, and fish dishes, gravies, soups, salads and vegetables. They are fun to grow and make an attractive garden addition! Apple mint is a member of the mint genus Mentha that ranges through southern and western Europe and the western Mediterranean region. It is a herbaceous, upright perennial plant that is most commonly grown as a culinary herb and/or ground cover. Hardy in zones 6-9.
  • Proper name: Mentha suaveolens
  • Hardy in zones 6-9
  • Perennial Herb
  • Loves the sun
  • Immediate shipping


  • 5
    Apple Mint Live Plant 3" pot

    Posted by Mary L Clark on Jul 13th 2021

    In "mint condition": I have been purchasing plants from Hirt's Garden for many years and I have never had a complaint. Plant arrived in very good condition. Care was taken to make sure this plant arrived safely and in tact. It even arrived one day early. Hirt's Garden is a very good seller.

  • 5
    Apple Mint Live Plant

    Posted by Mai Her on Jul 8th 2021

    A little bare from the shipping and weather and light pruning of browning leaves I gave it but I love the wooly leaves on this mint. Since it's a cutting, I can feel reassure that this plant is true to type and look forward to a container filled with many many wooly leaves.

  • 5
    Such service!

    Posted by judith griffin on Mar 19th 2020

    All five mint plants were delivered in two days! In perfect condition, with great prices. Shop here, folks!

  • 5
    grows like a weed

    Posted by Jessica Wen on Aug 13th 2019

    Bought this as a joke cuz my roommate wanted some mint to make Indian dishes with. She wasn't kidding when she said mint grows like a weed! I panicked when it looked like it was dying & gave it a quick water, and it revived the next day; that being said, mint likes to be watered more often than your other "typical" houseplants.