Corsican mint is a hearty mint plant that does well indoors and out. By nature it is self seeding and slightly aggressive so it can take over an area readily. The plant does not enjoy being walked on but can survive light frost and reseed itself back. The aroma of mint is apparent and it can be used readily for cooking. This is a great filler plant for in-between spaces, just plant and watch it conquer.
- Naturally self-propagating, pretty and delicate. Corsican Mint is useful as a ground-cover, though too delicate for well-trod areas.
- With proper care, Corsican Mint, does well indoors.
- Whether inside, or outside, Corsican Mint likes well-drained soil, moist conditions and moderate-to full, but not intense, sunlight.
“”In addition to its uses as a ground cover in the garden, Corsican mint is valuable culinary plant and great for containers.””