We used to have a licorice mint plant. Its leaves had a wonderful taste, and
it (surprise!) wasn't even invasive. It has died, and I haven't found anywhere
that sells the seed.
Anyone know of a source? I didn't see one in all the entries that google
On Wed, 15 Feb 2006 19:57:21 +0000 (UTC), firstname.lastname@example.org (Frank
These companies have a large selection of mints, and you might email
them for more information.
And, to avoid confusion, you aren't talking about Anise-hyssop
(_Agastache foeniculum_) are you? It's also known as Korean mint,
licorice mint, or anise mint. Here are some pictures of it.
If that's what you're looking for, google anise hyssop or Agastache,
and you'll find lots of sources.
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Yes, I'd seen references to anise hyssop, but wasn't (and am still not) sure that
is what we were growing. It looks interesting regardless -- think I'll try it.
The picture is far too small to be sure. Our plant wasn't nearly 3' tall (half
that at most), but we were growing it in a relatively dry location.
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