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Moroccan Mint is a fragrant and versatile herb that can be used in a variety of dishes and teas. This herb is known for its refreshing flavor and aroma, which can add depth to any meal or drink.
Best Position: Moroccan Mint grows best in a sunny or partially shaded position in well-drained soil. It is also well-suited for container growing.
When to Plant: Moroccan Mint can be planted in the spring or fall, and it can be grown from seeds or cuttings. It’s important to note that this herb can be invasive, so it’s best to contain it in a pot if growing in a garden.
Fruiting Time: Moroccan Mint is a perennial herb that will produce leaves year-round. It can be harvested at any time, and the leaves can be used fresh or dried for later use.
Height and Spread: Moroccan Mint can grow up to 60cm tall and has a spread of 30cm.
When to Feed: Moroccan Mint does not require a lot of fertilizer, but it will benefit from a light application of compost or balanced fertilizer in the spring. Be careful not to over-fertilize, as this can lead to excess growth and reduced flavor in the leaves.
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