Also known as "creeping mint," Corsican mint's tiny leaves and flowers form a dense, spongy mat of fragrant foliage. It is best grown in well-drained soil in full sun to part shade, though it can tolerate a wide variety of soils. It is also tolerant of limited foot traffic. Plant between patio blocks or paving/stepping stones. Consider for moist, part-shade areas, herb gardens, rock gardens, and containers. The leaves are edible and may be used to flavor foods, salads, and teas. This plant is native to the islands of Corsica, Sardinia, and Montecristo.
Please wait with ordering Corsican Mint if temperatures have reached 90° F. or more in your state. They are sensitive to overheating and might not arrive in good condition. Thank-you!