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Salvia hispanica, commonly known as chia (/ˈtʃiːə/), is a species of flowering plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae, native to central and southern Mexico and Guatemala.
Chia seeds have a mild, nutty flavor that works well to complement both sweet and savory dishes. They're very subtle in their taste, though some find the taste to be similar to a poppy seed or an alfalfa sprout.
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is an herb from the mint family. The leaves, which have a mild lemon aroma, are used to make medicine and flavor foods. Lemon balm contains chemicals that seem to have a sedative and calming effect. It might also reduce the growth of some viruses and bacteria.
What Does Lemon Balm Taste Like? This aromatic member of the mint family has a bright, citrusy taste that brings together the acidity of lemon with subtle hints of mint. Both the stems and fresh leaves of lemon balm have a subtly sweet flavor and can be used in food preparation and medicine.
Botanical Name Mentha × piperita
Common Name Peppermint
Plant Type Herbaceous perennial
Mature Size 1-2 ft. wide, 1-2 ft. tall
Sun Exposure Full sun
Soil Type Adaptable except extremely dry
Soil pH Adaptable
Bloom Time July to August
Flower Color Pink
Hardiness Zones 5-9
Native Area Europe
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Mint is a very hardy perennial with a strong scent. Pick freely for use in salads, jellies and teas. Mint has a tendency to overpower the garden if not kept in check. This perennial herb is hardy to Zone 3.
Latin Name: Mentha spicata
Seed Type: Open Pollinate
Product Weight: 70 milligrams / Approximately 500-600 seeds
Plant Type: Herb
Flavor: Cool and refreshing mint
Days to Harvest: 85 to 90 days
Days to Seed Germination: 7 to 16 days
Seed Planting Depth: 3 mm (1/8")
Row Spacing: 40 cm (16")
Plant Spacing: 40 cm (16")
Growing Height: 30-60 cm (12-24")
Best Container Size: 12"+
Planting Instructions: Start seed indoors 6-8 weeks prior to last spring frost. Harvest leaves as needed.
Suggestions: Mint has a tendency to overpower the garden if not kept in check. Cut the bottom from a container, place the container in a hole in the garden, fill with soil and plant the mint inside the container.
Preparation Ideas: This versatile herb can be used in meat dishes, potato dishes, iced drinks or iced cream to name a few.
Botanical Name Spearmint
Common Name Mentha spicata
Plant Type Herbaceous Perennial
Mature Size 18-36 inches
Sun Exposure Full Sun- Part Shade
Soil Type Well-draining, rich, moist soil
Soil pH Neutral
Bloom Time Summer
Flower Color Lavender
Hardiness Zones Zones 4 - 10, USA
Native Area Europe and Asia