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Swiss Mint is a rare variety native to Europe that is not so easily found in America! Its flavor is very unique in that is tastes like a cross between spear and peppermint.  The plant is vigorous maturing with long spear-like foliage and mauve colored blossoms.   Aromatic and culinary variety.  Used to compliment sweet dishes, beverages, salads, vegetable dishes, soups, and sauces.

* TIP When added to sugarless apple butter – you can’t tell it doesn’t have sugar!  You don’t taste the peppermint but there is completed fullness.


The more you harvest, the more it will bush out and produce!

USES: Tea, Candy, Deserts, Sugarless Jelly, Meat Seasoning

Swiss Mint may be used

1. Immediately after harvest,

2. Mint may be frozen for winter months (for use in cooked dishes)

Swiss mint does not hold it’s flavor when dried


EASY:  YES!!! (very hardy perennial)

LIGHT:  Partial sun – full sun.  Can be grown indoors in well lit window.

SOIL:  Moderate - Rich

WATER:  Moist (mulching help retain moisture)



HEIGHT:  24’’

COMPANION PLANTING:  strawberries, broccoli, kale, cabbage,

NOTE: Do NOT plant mint near parsley or chamomile.

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