Essential Kitchen Herbs

Herbs are easy to grow, look good, taste and smell amazing, and many of them are magnets for bees and butterflies. Most take up little space, and planted up in this way, you can keep them within arms' reach of the kitchen door.

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Apple Mint Essential Kitchen Herb
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Apple mint

28 inches tall, 28 inches wide. Ideal growing conditions: partial sun, moist soil.

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