green mint leaves

Mint has been prized for centuries for its bold scent, abundant foliage, and culinary and medicinal properties. There are over 600 known varieties, with a range of leaf sizes and textures, distinctive scents, and diverse growth habits.

A treasure in any garden, mint will happily live indoors with you. It is a very forgiving herb, requiring little care, and offering many benefits to you and your space.

 how this nature nurtures you 

Mint has long been regarded as a symbol of hospitality and wisdom. The ancient Greeks and Romans scattered mint leaves in places of worship, believing them to enhance virtue.

Hot or iced mint tea is used around the world as a digestive aid, and the chopped herb brightens any green or fruit salad. An indoor mint plant will purify and freshen the air, help to repel pests from nearby plants, and lift your mood every time you brush past it.

These plants love to be pruned regularly, and the cuttings can be used in your tea, your bath, or crushed in your hands for an invigorating boost of energy.

 how to nurture your nature 


Found in most temperate areas of the world, including Africa, Eurasia, Australia and North America


Drench the soil thoroughly, then wait until top 5 centimeters dries out before rewatering


Bright, indirect light is preferred


16-27 degrees Celsius


Low humidity


Non toxic to humans and animals


Feed every month in the spring and summer with an all purpose fertilizer.  Apply to damp soil so you don't burn the roots.  


Very easy to propagate from stem cuttings to share with friends.

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