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The leaves of the Spearmint Herb plant offer a lighter, sweeter flavor than most mints and is most often used for cooking in savory dishes, in teas, sweets, chewing gum, mixed drinks, toothpaste and fragrances. Mint is easy to grow and does well in full to part sun locations with moist soil. Plants can be aggressive if planted in the soil. They do great in containers. Pollinators love the flowers. It can be grown indoors within a few feet of a east, south, or west facing window. Indoor plants should be watered just as the potting mix starts to dry.




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Comment: Plant arrived healthy, although droopy. Added water, 10 minutes later plant was standing healthy and happy about 4 tall. Been in the ground for about week now and has already grown to 7 in height


Comment: My first order from Grow Joy and I couldn't be more pleased...they arrive in a cool container and in perfect shape...they have really taken off since I planted them! High fives to Grow Joy!


Comment: I was very impressed with the plant that arrived. I think it might actually be a cutting from another plant because it looks so established! It transplanted so nicely and is doing great a few weeks after planting. Lovely spearmint smell from the leaves! Definitely easier than growing from seed.


Comment: My spearmint plants was received alive (very good sized) and very well packed. They have been planted in containers on my balcony and are flourishing. I have been ordering from GrowJoy for at least four years and have always been pleased with the results. Last year I placed my order a bit late and some of the herbs I wanted were no longer available. I ordered from two other sources and was extremely disappointed in the results. The plants were small and sickly looking and a couple did not s... More details


Spearmint has strong flavor and fragrance that is released with simple bruising. It's the best mint variety for hot and cold drinks. Toss bruised leaves into ice water for a refreshing summer drink or add to iced tea. Spearmint is favored for flavoring beverages such as mojito. Also know as Yerba Buena. Spreading plant is great for containers. Tolerates light frost.


Most of the vegetable and herb plants we sell on this site can be grown outdoors throughout the Continental US - however it is important to transplant your starter plant at the right time based on the weather and climate in your area.


Many of our herb plants can also be grown indoors so long as you have sufficient light and water. If you grow herbs indoors, you will still need to transplant your herb plants into properly sized containers with added potting mix.


The 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. The map is based on the average annual minimum winter temperature, divided into 10-degree F zones.


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This plant is often available in plug trays. These trays hold 128 of all the same plant. They are a great low cost way to fill a lot of space. Each cell is 3/4 of inch by an inch. Check here to see if Mint the Best Plug Trays are available.


DisclaimerAs with all alternative medicines and plants with purported medicinal benefits it is important to inform your health care providers that you are using them; this helps to ensure safe and coordinated care. We can accept no liability for any side effect or contingency from any allergy or any other cause or harm that may arise. If in doubt please do consult a medical practitioner before using. Avoid if pregnant.


Health benefits: Recommended by beauty and health experts, spearmint tea is associated with a host of benefits for women. It is known to help with PCOS issues, including acne and excessive hair growth, and also helps in relieving cramps and indigestion.


What does this mean for your garden? While an individual plant only reaches a mature width of about 24 inches at most, it can put out new growth and spread throughout your garden as much as you choose to let it.


Spearmint has naturalized in nearly every state in the US. It has been cultivated for centuries as a flavoring for candies, jams, medicines, teas, and desserts. The common name spearmint references its pointed, spear-like leaves.


English colonists brought the pungent herb along with them to North America, and by the time of the American Revolutionary War, spearmint was an important cash crop that was popular as an alternative to black tea.


Typically, the biggest challenge to growing spearmint is stopping it from spreading. You can grow it in a container to keep it under control, but there are also plenty of other ways to keep it contained in the garden.


One of the keys to keeping spider mites away is to keep the soil around your plants moist. Mites love dry, warm conditions, so denying them this may encourage them to try another location away from your garden.


Keep plants well spaced and thin them out to improve air circulation. Trim away any infected stems and dispose of them. Always water at the base of plants in the morning so the leaves can dry out during the day.


I love heuchera in general. They seem to alway be low maintenance and versatile--sun/shade, zones 9B or 4A, and Dolce 'Spearmint' Coral Bells Heuchera hybrid did not disappoint. I typically buy heuchera for the foliage and flowers a bonus. These did have a few flower stalks that stayed all summer and the plants grew fast and well. I bought two of them; they both arrived in great shape and transplanted well. These specimens are on the east side of a 3'h picket fence in a semi covered area with bright diffused light. They are great evergreen plants in my California 9B redwood coastal mountain garden (hot dry summers and cold wet windy winters) and are really low maintenance. I'd buy again.


I love, love, love this plant! We had our backyard landscaped after a tornado brought down a number of trees in our natural area. It is still very natural but has a circular path and thoughtfully planted native shrubs and trees and there is more sun although it likely qualifies as part sun in the open area and part shade to shade in others. I love that this plant is suitable in all those lighting conditions and the plumes of color in the morning sun is spectacular. We have heavy clay below a shallow layer of clayey loam and I mixed in a lot of Ultra Planting Mix by Farfel and the plants are thriving in our zone 6a area even with higher ph soil than is recommended. Could not be happier with this adaptable plant in my shady garden.


With every purchase of plant we provide plant care instruction which includes information about light, feed and watering. That makes easy to have a long life natural air purifier plant performing tireless job day and night.


Go ahead and buy the plant online or by visiting our offline store for more exclusive collections, it will tolerate ignoring nature and add exotic beauty to the landscape design, repel mosquitoes, absorb bacterias, improve air quality and help to fight sick building syndrome.


Serious cooks generally prefer spearmint for savory dishes and peppermint for desserts. For a delicate mint taste in fruit salads, yogurt, or tea, try apple or orange mint. Mint lurks in the background in Middle Eastern salads, such as tabouli, and does well with lamb. It also goes with peas, zucchini, fresh beans, marinades for summer vegetables, cold soups, fruit salads, and cheese.


Please add spider mites to your list of peppermint pests. They all but destroyed my once-bushy plants. I had to clip and root some healthy tops just to save them. I also must spray a rosemary oil-detergent-water mixture on the reviving stems still outside.


I love my mints. I have them everywhere. Don't forget to add some Catmint to your variety. Pollinators are highly attracted to it as well as the fact that it provides an attractive flower most of the summer. Spearmint was one of the first plants, if not the first, that I planted almost 40 years ago when we moved into this house & I still have it growing (although I suspect that it is not the exact same plant but an offshoot thereof). I have a couple of areas where I have not been able to grow anything so mint will be the last resort.


We have a large rock (3-4 ft wide/tall) near the corner of our rural driveway, with mint planted around it. The mint not only takes care of not having to mow close to the rock, but I always save that section to do when I'm half done with the lawn, so when I mow that circle around the rock the smell of the cut mint is so refreshing. Just the regular lawn mowing seems to keep the mint contained in a 2 to 3 foot circle around the rock. When they were still small enough, the granddaughters used to spend a lot of time sitting on that rock surrounded by the smell of mint.


I have spearmint growing in my garden and I would like to add summer and winter savory. I have heard that they are members of the mint family. Will they cross pollinate with my spearmint? Thank you for your help.


The compound (-)-carvone, which is naturally found in spearmint, has been shown to strongly inhibit muscle contractions in the digestive tract, which may explain how this herb helps relieve digestive upsets (1).


In an eight-week randomized study in 32 people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), one group was given a product containing spearmint, lemon balm and coriander along with loperamide for diarrhea or psyllium for constipation (2).


According to researchers, spearmint shows excellent antioxidant activity against free radicals. In one study, extract from this herb prevented fat oxidation in meat and was as effective as the synthetic antioxidant BHT (8).


Similarly, in a 30-day randomized study, 42 women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) who drank spearmint tea twice a day had lower testosterone levels and higher LH and FSH levels compared to women who drank a placebo tea (10). 041b061a72


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