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We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.
Upon Receipt Of Your Plants
Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.
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Mountain Mint Plant is an appealing and widespread plant that thrives in many environments. Its simple maintenance and attractive appearance make it a popular option for many gardeners, particularly those who want a growth that doesn't take a lot of time to maintain on their lawn.
Mountain Mint Plants Are Very Fragrant and Used For Medicinal Purposes
This species will typically grow to be about three feet or so within Mint Plant Growth Traitshout proper maintenance and regular care. Expect it to attract various insects to your yards, including destructive ones like flies and beetles and beneficial ones like bees and butterflies. The simple leaves produce a very nice fragrance that attracts these creatures and should help create a more appealing lawn for most homeowners.
It should create a reasonably dense growth when adequately grown, one with many flowerings throughout your lawn. The benefit here is obvious — you'll get a wide variety of different pollinators and other creatures to your yard that will make it more appealing for many homeowners. However, try to pay attention to its excessive growths and trim it, as necessary, to keep it looking strong.
Mountain Mint Plant Appearance
Typically, this plant will create light-green foliage that will look particularly appealing when paired with high-quality grass and high-color flowers. Typically, it creates a white bloom that should pair well in many areas by providing a neutral contrast with more decadent color designs.
Most plants of this species don't spread out too wildly when you nurture them, maintaining that dense appearance mentioned earlier. Try to pay attention to any potential health problems, such as removing beetles and other destructive pests, to ensure that this growth stays appealing and attractive.
Mountain Mint Plant Bloom Information
This unique perennial typically blooms at its finest throughout June and well into September. As previously mentioned, it creates a white flower that should pair well in many garden situations. During this time, you're most likely to see butterflies, bees, and birds.
The bloom is resistant to deer, thankfully, meaning it should stay strong without a lot of maintenance. However, it is essential to watch this plant's growth because it has a tendency to be aggressive, even invasive, if not properly maintained. Many owners find their lawn getting taken over by it.
Mountain Mint Plant Planting Data
Plant each of your individual growths at least 12-18 inches apart in medium-dry to wet soil. Thankfully, this plant is pretty tolerant of many types of soil, meaning it should be reasonably easy for most homeowners to find an area where this flower will thrive in their yard.
It will need full sun exposure for most cases, however. That said, it can do well in partial sun, as long as you make sure to carefully water and maintain it. Try to get the plant to go dormant during the winter by planting it at a time that causes its germination time to match these cold-weather months. Doing so minimizes the risk of a high-speed spread that may take over your lawn.