Corn mint Overview
This is an upright hairy perennial, It produces shallowly toothed, lance-shaped leaves. The lilac flowers appear in dense axillary whorls from mid-summer until the autumn.
How to propagate Corn mint
You can propagate from seed.
Root division in spring or autumn.
Other uses of Corn mint
Grown for their aromatic foliage, which is both decorative and used as a culinary herb.