Soft velvet leaves emit a peppermint fragrance when rubbed. The plant responds well to pruning, so growing several together can form an attractive low growing hedge.
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OTHER COMMON NAME(S)
Native to South Africa
Aromatic peppermint fragrant oil can be extracted from the leaves.
Leaves infused in hot water make peppermint tea!
Dried leaves are used in potpourri.
|Size||Small shrub (to 1m)|
|Sun Exposure||Partial sun|
|Harvest Season||Year round|