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Apple mint is a staple in any herb garden. Beautiful and simple to cultivate, it rewards your efforts with savory leaves for use in many delicious dishes. It attracts pollinators, grows aggressively, and you can even opt for a variegated cultivar! Learn more now on Gardener’s Path. #applemint #growyourown #gardenerspath
You may know that many varieties of mint can be grown and enjoyed during the summer months. Spearmint, chocolate mint, and peppermint can all be grown and used in centerpieces, tea, desserts, and even in your crafting. But did you know that there is another mint often overlooked than can be just as fun and useful? Apple mint can be found at your local garden center, and it too has many uses you can enjoy. Take a look below at everything you need to know about apple mint and how you can grow…
Amish Apple Mint Iced Tea is a refreshing iced mint tea recipe. This Amish recipe makes for a wonderful homemade fresh mint tea that will quench your thirst.
There are over 500 types of mint, botanists define slightly less than 30 species with the remaining 400+ being hybrids of these primary species. Common characteristics is the volatile and essential oils that create their hallmark menthol aroma and flavor. Various plants create a medley of tastes and aroma unique to their individual cultivars.
So you think you know what mint tastes like? What if I told you that there are literally dozens of different types of mint, each with its own unique flavor and growth habit? Apple mint,
Apple-Mint Iced Tea // 51 cal, 0g F, 13g C, 0g P // green tea, mint leaves, sugar, lemon, apple juice
How to Grow Apple Mint. Apple Mint aka wooly mint is sweeter than other mint varieties and has less of the strong mint flavor that is the signature of its genus. Both its flavor and aroma are more fruity than minty. Apple mint is the cultivar that is most commonly used to make mint jelly.
The Magick of Apple Mint The picture above is just a part of our beautiful path of apple mint located between my house and the field in my back yard. It is also known as fuzzy mint or wooly mint. This path started from the smallest apple mint plant that I brought home many years ago now. Mint is a plant that loves to spread so if you grow it you want to make sure it’s either in a container with high sides or it’s in an area that you don’t mind letting it spread. It ’s also a perennial so I
I love apples, but sometimes it's hard to find a recipe that uses up all of the apples. Make this Apple and Mint Jelly recipe for a delicious fall taste.
- • 6 lb Apples
- • 3 cup Mint, tightly packed leaves
Baking & Spices
- • 4 cup Granulated sugar
- • 1 box Low sugar pectin
- • 6 cup Water