Mentha x piperita
These Mediterranean natives spread rapidly by underground stems and can be quite invasive; to keep them in bounds, grow them in pots or boxes. Tough and unfussy, they grow almost anywhere but perform best with light, moist, medium-rich soil, regular water; and full sun or partial shade. Plants disappear in winter in colder part of range. Replant about every 3 years; propagate from runners.Mentha x piperita
This hybrid grows to 3 ft. tall. Strongly scented, tooth-edged leaves to 3 in. long are dark green often tinged with purple. Small purplish flowers appear in 1–3-in. spikes. Leaves are good for flavoring tea.
From South America. Grows to 6 in. high and 1 1/2 ft. across. Trailing, branching reddish stems are se...
Botanically speaking, violas, pansies, and almost all violets are perennials belonging to the genus
Native to Europe and Asia, this salad vegetable is grown for its thick, crunchy stalks.