26 February, 2012

Mint (Mentha)

Visible here are two varieties:
In the foreground, is Japanese mint (the familiar fragrance used in toothpaste/chewing gum etc.),
and in the background is Indian mint, also known as Pudina, or Field mint (Mentha arvensis).

After my Japanese mint nearly dried up, it survived, but decided to sprout rather tulsi-like leaves thereafter!

Wikipedia link to Mint.

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