The Mojito Mint is Alive!

April 24, 2008

I wasn’t sure if the Mojito Mint that I bought from Richter’s Herbs last year would come back despite it being a perennial herb that is hardy in Canadian zones 5 – 9. I had potted it up in a 1 gallon, weed barrier-lined pot and dug it into my vegetable garden to overwinter. Once all the snow had melted off the garden, I started to take pictures. Here it is on April 11:

Not too bad – there are a few green leaves there.

On April 17th:

It’s coming along and has a few more sprigs.

On April 20th:

And here it is as of yesterday:

It looks like it’s going to make a triumphant return and I’m looking forward to harvesting the sprigs to make delicious Mojitos this summer.

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2 Responses to “The Mojito Mint is Alive!”

  1. Nancy Bond Says:

    Plants like that restore your faith in Nature’s ability to come back from one extreme winter! 🙂

  2. Kathy Says:

    No kidding. I have yet to see some growth on the chocolate mint plant – I hope it didn’t choke.


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