Buzzy Mint (Spearmint)
Coin belongs to the mint family of Lamiaceae. Mint is an easy herb for the garden. It keeps mosquitoes away and can be processed in many drinks and dishes. Coin is made up of different species. There are plenty of hybrids available: Spearmint (Mentha spicata), apple mint or white mint (Mentha suaveolens), field mint (Mentha arvensis), Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) and woolly mint (Mentha x Rotundifolia). Some mint species are found in Australia and North America, others are from Europe and Asia. Most species are grown without problems. Private garden In nature, the herb is not so often encountered.
Mint is an herb functional. It keeps pests away, gives a pleasant smell in the closet and it makes for mosquito-free evenings. The medicinal FUNCTIONING currency is versatile. The essential oil of peppermint can be used in a variety of symptoms, such as stomach upset, colds, fever, asthma, toothache, diarrhea, sinusitis and headaches.
Mint likes cool, moist places. In that respect, the Netherlands is perfect for growing mint. When planting of currency, account must be taken of overgrowth. The plant reproduces by suckers because these are root-like stems that grow underground and form shoots. Use pots or plastic bags to proliferate counter. Choose planting mint for a well-drained soil with plenty of humus or compost. Plant mint at least thirty inches apart and water generously. In winter, the currency must be repotted to a greenhouse or in a cool place in-house.