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Mojito Mint offers a warmer, milder fragrance and flavor than the related Spearmint and other types of mint. It is typically grown in containers, herb gardens, or borders. Its most common use is in the Cuban twist on the Mint Julep, the Mojito; while many recipes call for any spearmint variety, Mojito Mint makes the most authentic drink. It grows in full sun to partial shade and will flourish and spread with little more than regular water. It blooms with pink flowers in late summer and is hardy zone 5-9.

Mojito Mint

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  • After the last frost in spring, transplant outside and space 6-8" apart, in rows 12-18" apart.

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