Spearmint

Spearmint

$3.50Price


A perennial plant, Spearmint has distinctive foliage that are serrated and leaf that is pointy at tip. The plant produces flowers which are on slender looking spikes and are pink or white.  The leaves can be used in cooking, either raw or cooked to flavour desserts, salads, smoothies, mousse or on steamed vegetables.  Delicious added to cool drinks for a refreshing mint flavour.  A warm tea made from leaves is said to aid headaches, digestive disorders and fevers.  Can be used mashed up and put onto bruises to aid healing.

Growing Info
Growing 30-100cm tall, spearmint grows in most soils however keep the soil moist. Prefers partial shade and a slightly acid soil, it does well as potted plants and hanging plants. Unless you have the room in your garden, keep this herb contained as it will spread. Companion plant near cabbage or tomatoes.

 

Basilea Living Herbs

Basilea Farm, Burpengary grows pesticide-free Spearmint seedlings, available locally in Brisbane and Moreton Bay, South East Queensland, Australia.

Pot Size 50mm

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    OPTION 1:
    Choose a local Brisbane stockist for collection from the list below.
    $8 delivery fee
    Order by Wednesday each week, collect Friday
    Find stockist addresses & opening hours

    Annerley - Sam Coco Trading
    Aspley - T-Bones Food Market
    Chermside West - Rode Fresh
    Everton Park - Charlie's Fresh Fruit
    Kenmore - Kenmore Fresh
    Oxley - Blunder Road Country Market
    Paddington - Rosalie Gourmet Market
    Rothwell - Northside Discount Fruit Barn
    Samford Valley - Samford Valley Garden Centre
    West End - The Stores Grocer
    Windsor​ - Zone Fresh

    OPTION 2:
    Choose Burpengary - Basilea Farm for collection
    $0 delivery fee
    Order by Wednesday each week, collect Saturday, 9am-10am only from Basilea Farm, 135 Hawthorn Road, Burpengary

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