Mentha requienii Corsican Mint


Corsican Mint plant spreading along the ground

Tiny little Corsican Mint packs a great big punch. One of the strongest tasting of all mints, it is also the smallest. Unlike most mints it can be difficult to grow. The Corsican Mint plant in the picture above is growing in morning shade and afternoon sun and gets water every day---sometimes twice a day during our hot summers.

Corsican Mint flowers are a soft lilac. Needless to say they are tiny. They are also few and far between.


Corsican Mint plant creeps slowly next to Chives


We don't really use Corsican Mint for cooking but it is wonderful to run your hand across and take that scent with you on your skin.

The Corsican Mint plant in the planter on the right is growing happily along with Chives and Garlic Chives.


This plant is often available in plug trays. These trays hold 128 of all the same plant.  They are a great low cost way to fill a lot of space. Each cell is 3/4 of inch by 3/4 of an inch. Check here to see if Corsican Mint Plug Trays are available.


Cultural Information

Height: Very flat, maybe 1/8 inch 

Hardiness: Perennial
in Zones 7-11

Flower Color: Lilac 

Characteristics: Full/Part
Sun, Herbaceous

Uses: Culinary, Fragrant

Organic Corsican Mint Plant

$5.50 per 3 inch pot



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