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175th Celebration

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Wild Mint Mentha arvensis
Mint Lamiaceae family

Leaves egg-shaped or oblong, serrated edges, 1.5-3" long. Smells strongly of mint.

Bell shaped lilac Flowers whorled in the leaf axils.

Form/habitat: Stem is usually hairy and square. 6-24" moist, wet places and stream margins. Flowers July-September.

NWI status: FACW

Text by Thad Soule for CES301.

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