Mentha rotundifolia (Mint)

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PHOTS OF MINT

Mentha rotundifolia, general aspect of the plant

Mentha rotundifolia, general aspect of the plant

Mentha rotundifolia, a detail of the inflorescence

Mentha rotundifolia, a detail of the inflorescence

Mentha rotundifolia(Mentha suavolens Ehrh.)(mint): Perennial herb from the Mint family – labiatae– which is easy to distinguish because of its rough wrinkled leaves, very heary below and its flowers in long spikes. Corolla whitish or pink. It’ s a mint with a an unpleasant scent. Humid places.

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