A close up of vibrant green strawberry mint leaves

Strawberry Mint Plants

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Strawberry Mint is a fantastic, fresh, fruity addition to any kitchen garden which is sure to put a smile on your face. The pairing of mint and sweet strawberry are a unique combination, adding something a little different to the traditional herb garden options which you'll find elsewhere. The vibrant hue of these green leaves are a wonder to behold in the summer, particularly when the pastel petals of the tiny blooms put on a show later in the year. 

Growing Strawberry Mint is relatively easy as it thrives in well-drained soil and partial to full sunlight. Beyond keeping it watered and pruning your plants a few times a year, as with most varieties of mint this is a low-maintenance place for your outdoor space. It will, however, spread like wildfire if left un-contained, so we recommend sinking a pot into the ground or growing it in a large pot to keep the roots under control. This also makes dividing your plants far easier year after year. If you're looking to learn more about how to grow mint, our guide is here to help ensure you have all the information you need ahead of the arrival of your new herb plants.

Once harvesting your leaves your creative juices will be flowing the the endless options of how to use these sensory leaves. Whether you use them to flavour water, chop them up and add them atop ice cream, make delicious mojitos or simply toss them into a salad there are numerous ways you can utilise your produce. Not forgetting its deliciousness when made into a cup of tea to be enjoyed in the garden, made with fresh or dehydrated leaves.


  • Latin Name: Mentha x piperita 'Strawberry'

    Type: Perennial

    Soil Type: Moist

    Where should I plant this variety? Sun/partial shade

    How tall does it grow? 50cm-60cm

    How much space does it need? Spreads rapidly. Keep contained

    When does it flower? Light coloured flowers during the summer

    Top care tips: Cut back regularly but especially after flowering. Keep contained!



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