Garden Mints & Herbs

Eau de Cologne Mint_watermarked

Eau de Cologne Mint (Mentha x piperita f. citrata)

Ginger Mint_watermarked

Ginger Mint (Mentha x gentilis Variegata)

Lemon Balm_watermarked

Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis)

Lemon Verbena_watermarked

Lemon Verbena (Aloysia citrodora)

Marjoram_watermarked

Marjoram (Origanum majorana)

Oregano_watermarked

Oregano (Origanum vulgare)

Pineapple Mint_watermarked

Pineapple Mint (Mentha suaveolens ‘Variegata’)


3 comments

  1. Peppermint is a gift from God. We grow it wild up here and use it as air fresheners, table centerpieces, after eating a garlicky meal, for sunburn and irritation (in a bath) and of course for tea! Peppermint is also a great hair rinse for dandruff and eczema. Come visit our blog. We’re farmers and soapmakers and use real herbs and fruit juices in our products.

    • Thanks for your comment. Yes, we’ve used peppermint for many years for tea and it’s medicinal properties. We grow our mint in containers to keep them under control. Your soaps and blog are wonderful. I was a webmaster for a soap making couple for many years so I have a warm spot for home made soaps. I must say you have a very eclectic and interesting combination of products and beautifully presented.

      • Thank you kindly!

        Please spread the word about us and help to support U.S. farmers. We’re fighting the good fight against Monsanto and need as many supporters as possible.


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