Wild mint (Mentha Canadensis)
5 cuttings ready to plant. best way to propagate.. place cuttings in water with some sun until roots start to grow. Then plant in soil.
Native species of the Great lakes and Midwest region. These particular cuttings are left overs from our hybridizing projects. These are not hybrids but the native species so they will have good flavor and create viable seed if not cut back late summer. The best part about this species is won't out compete other plants, is easily controlled and tolerates cold weather better than its relatives. But do note that it loves water. In a planting pot once established in about 3 months, when neglected, it will come back when it gets more water. Easy to take care of.
Cuttings are shipped in a wet paper towel covered in a plastic bag. We are out of central Wisconsin and ship out within 1-2 days.
Here is a neat article if you want to learn more about this plant and what its good for.