Common name:River Mint
Plant type:Ground cover/low growing
Size:80cm x 1m
Conditions:Full sun – shade
Soil:Moist
Foliage:Pairs of lanceolate leaves
Flowers:Small tubular white – mauve
Flowering:Sep-Mar
Bush tucker:Leaves can be used to make tea, and also to treat coughs and colds.
Provenance:This plant is no longer believed to be indigenous to the Whitehorse area. It is sold only for use in home gardens.
General comments:Sprawling or erect herb
Further information:Whitehorse Council information
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