Chocolate Mint donated by Karen

Chocolate Mint donated by Karen

Mint, Chocolate (Mentha piperita cv.)

Herb - Edible?: Edible

In Saturday 20th June 2009

  • Planted Out by Katerina, Sat 20th Jun '09
  • Harvested by Nina., Sun 19th Jul '09
  • Harvested by Nina & Tim., Sat 25th Jul '09
  • Harvested by Karen., Tue 28th Jul '09
  • Harvested by Chris., Tue 11th Aug '09
  • Harvested by Annabelle., Thu 20th Aug '09
  • Harvested by Christine., Sat 29th Aug '09
  • Harvested by Nina, Chris, Karen., Sat 12th Sep '09
  • Harvested by Luigi., Sat 19th Sep '09
  • Harvested by Charles, Gary., Sat 26th Sep '09
  • Harvested by Chris, Sat 3rd Oct '09
  • Harvested by Nina, Tue 4th May '10
  • Divided to Divided Chocolate Mint donated by Karen by Nina, Tue 4th May '10
  • Divided by Tim O., Sat 8th May '10
    This was split to propagate more plants for sale at the Open Garden Squares event.

Out Sunday 1st April 2012

Slim, large-leaved mint with very dark green foliage tinged with deep purple. Very vigorous - up to 70cm tall, purple flowers in mid-late summer.

This came from Lawson Park kitchen garden - where Karen lives.

Raised Beds Garden Plan A: Herbs (9) B: Eryngium, Allium & Aquilegia (8) C: Salads (10) D: Potatoes (8) E: Garlic & Onions (7) F: Tomatoes & Basil (7) G: Brassicas (6) H: Leeks (11) I: Wild Flowers (1) J: Parsnips, Salsify & Scorzonera (4) K: Mecanopsis & Perennials (9) L: Rhubarb & Strawberries (5) M: Sweet Corn, Squash & Courgettes (9) N: Herbs (6) O: Eryngium, Allium & Aquilegia (7) P: Salads (13) Q: Potatoes (5) R: Garlic & Onions (8) S: Tomatoes & Basil (9) T: Brassicas (5) U: Leeks (6) V: Wild Flowers (1) W: Comfrey (1) X: Sweet Potatoes (10) Y: Carrots & Parsnips (8) Z: Sweet Corn, Squash & Courgettes (8) 1: Mint (1) 2: Cut Flowers (8) 3: Globe Artichokes & Perennial Flowers (4) 4: Hysop (1) 5: Chilli Peppers & Basil (4) 6: Beans & Sweet Peas (10) 7: Chilli Peppers & Basil (1) 8: Beans & Sweet Peas (10) Wall: Fruit Wall (23)
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