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Lamiaceae - Mint Family #4
... - Mint Family #4 Coast Germander Common Name(s): Coast Germander Scientific Name: Teucrium cubense Family: Lamiaceae Mint Family Flower: 1/2"-3/4" White 2-lipped flower, lower lip much bigger. Leaves: 1 ... is considerably larger. Unknown 038 Common Name(s): Unknown 038 Scientific Name: Unknown 038 Family: Lamiaceae Mint Family Flower: 1/2" pink two lipped flower. Lower lip is spotter. Flowers form ...
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Lamiaceae - Mint Family #3
... Mint Family #3 Unknown 014 Common Name(s): Unknown 014 Scientific Name: Salvia unknown var. 014 Family: Lamiaceae Mint Family Flower: 1" pink two lipped flowers. The lower lip is larger and ... except in color. Drummond Skullcap Common Name(s): Drummond Skullcap Scientific Name: Scutellaria drummondii Family: Lamiaceae Mint Family Flower: 1/2" purple two lipped flower with a white throat. Flowers ...
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Oregano - It's Uses as a Culinary Herb
... is also known as wild marjoram. It is the O. vulgare variety of the Origanum family. Oregano is available in fresh leaves from most grocery stores. It is also found dried ... Greek words meaning "the joy of the mountain". It is a hardy member of the mint family that has been used for flavoring fish, meat and sauces since ancient times. Oregano goes ...
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The Gardener's Network - Herbs : Growing Mint Herbs
... Florist Amazon.com Search for: Growing Herbs Herbs- Cooking Mint Herb Family Perennial, Mentha piperita If you are looking for a complete listing of Mint species, you won't find it here. There ... be grown indoors as houseplants. Did you know? The mint family includes Marjoram, Rosemary and Sage. And, approximately 3,497 more. Propagation: Mint are grown from seed. Get an early start planting it ...
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Mentha arvensis... American Wild Mint
... Mentha arvensis... American Wild Mint Mentha arvensis American Wild Mint Family: Lamiaceae (Mint family) Photo taken on the upper Icicle River, moist soil near river (10-50 cm away) ...
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Flower Family Chart by Prairie Frontier
... | Planting Tips | Prairie & Plant Info | Sales Flower Families Family This is a ... Family Fabaceae - Bean Family Cruciferae - Mustard Family Umbelliferae - Parsley Family Caryophyllaceae - Pink Family Polygonaceae - Smartweed Family Ranunculaceae - Buttercup Family Campanulaceae - Bellflower Family Rosaceae - Rose Family Lamiaceae - Mint Family Compositae or Asteraceae - Daisy or Aster Family ...
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Desirable Herb Varieties: Mint
... emphatic in saying "spearmint" (Mentha spicata is the crown jewel of the mint world, while others (for example, Tom Stobart) hold that that the milder ... has said "To cook with, the best two [mints] are apple mint and Bowles' mint, both of which have small, furry leaves you wouldn't ... that best way is! This site is one of The Owlcroft Company family of web sites. Please click on the link (or the owl) ...
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Mint growing
... Soil Pests Planting Harvesting Nutrition Introduction The mints belong to the genus Mentha in the family Labiatae (Lamiaceae) which includes other commonly grown oil-yielding plants such as basil, sage, ... to a raised bed. As plantings develop, rows will become a continuous mass of mint. Nutrition Mint requires a well-balanced nutrition program. Experience has shown that an annual dressing of ...
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Medicinal properties of mint
... mint The information given is informative. In case of doubt, consult the doctor. "Botanical" ... of the flower A detail of the leaf Common Noun: mint Scientific Noun: Mentha rotundifolia Family. Labiate Habitat: Near the rivers, ponds and some other humid places. ... It is not very usual, however, to find essence of this variety of mint in chemist's or herbalist' s.) Picking and storing: We must collect ...
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Mint, Mentha
... . Spring peas with mint is to die for! Mints belong to the genus Mentha, in the family Labiatae (Lamiaceae) which ... strong, healthy plants for the new season. Mint can definitely be very invasive. Mint reproduces from long, creeping stems that spread ... a refreshing tea. Serve this mint sauce with roasted lamb for a delightful Easter dinner. Mint Sauce: Fresh mint - 4 Tbsp., finely chopped Boiling ...
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