Growing: Pineapple Mint

Pineapple MintAnother little gem in our garden is our pineapple mint.  Very much like its chocolate sibling, the pineapple component to the mint is subtle yet highly recognizable.  The visuals of the plant are much lighter than the chocolate and are rather nice looking.
We’ll be using this in a similar manner on hot days, adding to our drinks and as a garnish.  It adds a little bit of variety to our garden however won’t be something we produce on a large scale, at least in 2013. That’s all up to you, however!
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