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Mint Botanical Infusions Plants - Marokko Mint Botanical Infusions Plants - Marokko

Mint Botanical Infusions Plants - Marokko

Mint Botanical Infusions Plants - Marokko

Have a piece of Morocco with this amazing traditional Moroccan tea mint sold in fabled bazaars all across the middle east! Mint leaves have a refreshing spearmint taste, perfect for brewing your own Moroccan tea. Mint leaves are reported to aid digestion so it’s no wonder why it has been for centuries across the middle east to help with upset stomachs. Recommended to be drunk after meals and before bed. 

Mint plants are perennial herbs and grown for their beneficial leaves. Not only can they be used for your Moroccan tea but the smell of this plant alone is worth having in your herb gardens. 

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Mint Botanical Infusions Plants - Marokko

Have a piece of Morocco with this amazing traditional Moroccan tea mint sold in fabled bazaars all across the middle east! Mint leaves have a refreshing spearmint taste, perfect for brewing your own Moroccan tea. Mint leaves are reported to aid digestion so it’s no wonder why it has been for centuries across the middle east to help with upset stomachs. Recommended to be drunk after meals and before bed. 

Mint plants are perennial herbs and grown for their beneficial leaves. Not only can they be used for your Moroccan tea but the smell of this plant alone is worth having in your herb gardens. 

  • Bring the middle east into your herb garden with mint botanical infusions - Marokko.
  • Common in the fabled bazaars of Morocco, mint plants are a great addition to your herb garden.
  • Reported to be great for your digestive system, mint tea is a must have!
  • Enjoy the refreshing scent of mint Marokko in your garden!

Caring for your Mint plant

Mint plants require plenty of water in hot weather. Mint tends to be a vigorous grower and it will spread quickly, so it’s best planted in a container with some compost. This also makes it easier to harvest once the time comes.

Colour:Green

Hardiness:-6 to -10 degrees

Height:51-60cm

Leaves:True

Containers:True

Beds & Borders:True

Patio:True

Raised Bed:True

Prefers Full Sun:True

Grows in Sun or Partial Shade:True

Hardy Perennial:True

Mint plants require plenty of water in hot weather. Mint tends to be a vigorous grower and it will spread quickly, so it’s best planted in a container with some compost. This also makes it easier to harvest once the time comes. 

Mint tends to die back during the winter so harvest any leaves you can between spring and mid-autumn. To keep mint plants compact and encourage better growing, harvest regularly. 

Mint can often be the subject to rust, a common fungal disease, recognised by orange - black spots blistering on mint leaves. Rust can eventually kill plants if left untreated. To remedy rust problems, remove infected plants to avoid the spreading of spores. Rust can spread to other plants too so be sure to check plants around the infected ones too.

Take a 20cm stalk of the plant and add it to a cup, pour over boiling water and let it brew for 3-5 minutes before enjoying.

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