Apple Mint Use fresh leaves as a pretty and fragrant dessert topping, as salad additions or to make tasty apple mint dressings
Banana Mint Fresh banana mint leaves add flavor to hot and cold tea, adult beverages, ice cream and baked goods, such as muffins and cookies.
Berries and Cream Mint The dry leaves can be used for tea. Popular for sachets and potpourri.
Chocolate Mint Make the best tea ever. Create your own essential oil. Use in anything chocolate. Make your own chocolate Mojito.
Curly Mint There are a number of culinary uses from marinades and rubs to jams and flavored whipped cream.
French Peppermint It is used as a dietary supplement for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), other digestive problems, the common cold, headaches, and other conditions. Peppermint oil is also used topically (applied to the skin) for headache, muscle aches, itching, and other problems.
Ginger Mint It's an aromatic, ginger-flavored spreading plant for use in the herb or flower garden, or in a container. In summer it carries dense clusters of tiny, lilac-colored flowers. Not all of the plants are variegated.
Hazelnut Mint This mint has an icy minty coffee taste. Delicious. Considered by many a WOW plant for taste.
Julep Mint It is named after the famous drink “Mint Julep” that is made with Kentucky bourbon, because of its particularly smooth flavor. It is one of the sweeter mints, and goes well in desserts and teas. An aggressive grower, it should be confined to pots or small or separated areas of the garden, like other mints. Try growing various varieties of mints in pots on a patio, or along a sidewalk. Then experiment with the different flavors, in salads, teas, desserts. Mints attract a number of good pollinators to the garden. Bees, butterflies, and other pollinators are attracted to the mint when it flowers.
Kentucky Colonel Mint Spearmint variety used for making Mint Julep. Excellent flavor also good in tea, jellies, and for other culinary purposes
Lime Mint Great with fish. Good companion for chicken. Lovely in salads and fruit salads. Can be added to lemonade to add zing.
Mojito Mint It is classically known as the official mint of the Cuban beverage, the mojito. An aromatic Mint with sweet undertones, Mojito tastes great with lime.
Moroccan Mint It is a useful companion plant for pepper plants and tomato plants, disguising their scent with the strong mint aroma. They may also enhance the flavor of the vegetables. It is well known in Moroccan Tea.
Mountain Mint Mountain Mint will make a great addition to butterfly gardens, herb gardens, medicinal gardens or cottage gardens.
Orange Mint This herb's flavor and aroma are best when it is used in fresh recipes. You may also chop the fresh herb and use it in fruit salads as well as in grain salads. The minced leaves of orange mint may also be added to dressings, sauces, jellies and vinegar.
Peppermint It is used as a dietary supplement for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), other digestive problems, the common cold, headaches, and other conditions. Peppermint oil is also used topically (applied to the skin) for headache, muscle aches, itching, and other problems.
Pineapple Mint in your fruit salad. It pairs well with tropical fruits such as mango. Use as a beverage garnish or infusion. Give your meat a flavorful kick. Give salsa and chutney a boost. Glaze your ham. Attract butterflies and bees. It is a very pretty mint. It has a variegated leaf pattern. It smells amazing.
Spearmint Medicinal uses of both mint preparations aid in digestion and to reduce flatulence. Spearmint is used for relief of nausea, cold symptoms, stomach distress, headaches and indigestion.