Mint - Korean
Hardy perennial aromatic herb from the meadows and streambeds of East Asia. Tall, upright stems with bluish purple flower spikes make this an excellent cut flower. The toothed leaves taste like spearmint and liquorice and help with digestion when taken as a tea. When mixed with patchouli, it makes a perfume as well as a Chinese medicine known as Huo-xiang. Known as baechohyang or banga in South Korea, this plant is added fresh to stews or in pancakes.
This herb is in the 50 fundamental herbs in chinese traditional medicine.
|Botanical Name||Agastache rugosa|
|Seed Packet||100 Seeds|