Mexican Mint, Ajwain Leaves Plant
Mexican mint (Plectranthus amboinicus) is a perennial succulent in the Lamiaceae family. Because it’s a mint plant, it’s easily characterized by its wide, thick, and fuzzy leaves as well as its pungent aroma. This herb is not only a fragrant and tasty addition to most dishes; it also blooms beautiful flowers in the summer, adding a burst of bright color to your landscape.
About the Item-
Common Name- Ajwain Leaves Cuban Oregano, Indian borage, Indian mint, Mexican mint, Mexican oregano, Spanish thyme, Patharchur
Scientific Name- Plectranthus amboinicus
Plant height- 5"
Weight- 350 gm
Mexican Mint Care-
▪︎Light- Bright Sunlight/Indirect bright Light
▪︎Soil- Well-draining and nutrient-rich in soil.
▪︎Water- Water thoroughly in the summer and reduce watering in winter and rainy season.
▪︎Bloom Time- Blue, White
▪︎Fertilizer- Use any organic fertilizer.
Uses- It contains essential oils and does help in health problems. Ajwain Leaves Can be used to cure a cold. Leaves are pungent oregano-like flavor.