What is Peppermint
Peppermint, scientific name:Mentha x piperita, is a perennial herb of Mentha genus a European continent of origin. Collected essential oils from leaves, scented and colorful, dried leaves into Conger, cakes and fish specialties or liqueur, is used as a flavoring, such as herbal tea, chewing, medicinal and cosmetic products.
Common name: Peppermint, Latin name: Mentha canadensis var. piperascens, aka: koshuhacca, Mentha piperita, origin: continental Europe, height: 30-90 cm, leaf: oblong leaves: cross vs. margin: sawtooth stock, rose: lip shape, inflorescences form: spikes, flower color: purple, white, Flowering period: places flowers August - September: axil, breeding methods: Rhizome.