Introducing the fourth, and final colour of the Spring Collection 2012 : Mint
Finally! So happy to have the complete collection available to you. Hopefully you can see why I wanted to perfect this colour. Mint offers the most wonderful dusty olive green – just the tone to round off the brighter pinks and yellows of horsetail and daffodils.
As I wrote yesterday, mint grows quickly and abundantly in the right climate. A single plant will often produce far more than enough mint for a household as they reach along surfaces through a network of runners. Mint is traditionally used to alleviate chest pains and stomach ache, and I don’t know about you, but I love my mint tea, I drink it pretty consistently throughout the day. Mint also contains insecticide properties and some varieties contain the oils that will kill some common pests like wasps, hornets, ants and cockroaches.
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