If you are herb gardening and you are cooking, there is every reason to include mint mojito plants, especially this famous variety.
While recipes call for any available variety of Spearmint, the real mojito can only be made with the true Mojito Mint. This culinary herb, a native to Cuba, was previously impossible to get in North America but thanks to Toronto mojito enthusiast Catherine Nasmith who visited Cuba in 2006, we now have the authentic plant from Cuba. Not just great in beverages, Mojito Mint also makes a great seasoning for meats and confections.
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Grow in part to full sun, and its trailing habit will achieve a length of up to 36″. Keep Trailing Mint well watered, especially when planted in a hanging basket and during hot spells.