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Noun1.apple mint - mint with apple-scented stems of southern and western Europeapple mint - mint with apple-scented stems of southern and western Europe; naturalized in United States
mint - any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers
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Try chocolate mint for desserts, spearmint for drinks, peppermint for drinks and desserts, garden mint for general cooking, and pineapple mint for salads.
Rosemary, the lavenders, variegated leaf oreganos and fancy-leaved thymes, the mints (spearmint, peppermint, Kentucky mint, pineapple mint and a dozen other kinds), as well as true tarragon are either only, or best, obtained as plants.
Atop the roof, Sous Chef Kyle Wilson nurtures the produce daily, to be harvested and featured in seasonal menu items such as Hickory Smoked Salmon with Butternut Squash Succotash, Cowboy Ribeye with Hopelessly Bleu Cheese and Cilantro Chimichurri and the Pineapple Mint Caipirinha cocktail.
If you are looking for a mint which is sufficiently well behaved for the flower border, pineapple mint (Mentha suaveolens 'Variegata') is a good choice.
Readers will get two each of pineapple mint, silver thyme, salvia, rosemary and the curry plant.
While most cooking herbs are green, you can add variety with red-leaved basil, variegated pineapple mint and pineapple sage (salvia elegans scarlet pineapple), which has spikes of red flowers and pineapple- scented leaves.
While many cooking herbs tend to be green, you can add variety by planting red-leaved basil, variegated pineapple mint and pineapple sage (Salvia elegans 'Scarlet Pineapple'), which has spikes of red flowers and pineapple scented leaves.
While many cooking herbs tend to be green, you can add variety by planting red-leaved basil, variegated pineapple mint and pineapple sage (Salviaelegans `Scarlet Pineapple'), which has spikes of red flowers and pineapple scented leaves.
While many cooking herbs tend to be green, you can add variety by planting red-leaved basil, variegated pineapple mint and pineapple sage (Salvia elegans `Scarlet Pineapple'), which has spikes of red flowers and pineapple scented leaves.
Mints are invaluable, especially pineapple mint, Mentha suaveolens Variegata with soft green, cream-edged foliage.
Large leaves of comfrey (Symphytum x uplandicum 'Variegatum') get the center position, while the stems of pineapple mint (Mentha suaveolens 'Vanegate') rise behind.
99, Sage Ictorina, Thyme Archers Gold, Pineapple Mint, Oreganum Golden Marjoram, Helychrisum (Curry Plant).