Large, vigorous upright grower, with rough rounded leaves and white flower spikes. The fragrance and flavor is a nice combination of green apple and mint. It is one of the largest growing mints, easily reaching 3 feet. Mild mint for tea.
Keep planted in a container away from the garden to prevent it from getting loose! Prune plants back frequently to maintain flavor, fertilize lightly at least once a month in containers, and plant in some afternoon shade.