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Showing 16 types of MINT

Brittlestem Hempnettle

Latin Name: Galeopsis Tetrahit

Native to Europe, but introduced as an ornamental plant to the United States, where it is now found throughout the northern half of the country as well as in Louisiana.

Florida Betony

Latin Name: Stachys Floridana

Native to Florida, from which it has been introduced to other areas, and now occurs from Virginia to Texas.

Ground Ivy

Latin Name: Glechoma Hederacea

Native to Eurasia, but introduced to North America as a garden and herbal plant. It now is found throughout North America to Alaska, with the exception of the dry southwestern states of Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico.

Healall

Latin Name: Prunella Vulgaris

A native of Europe, but now widespread throughout the United States and southern Canada.

Hedge-nettle

Latin Name: Stachys Stricta

Native to California, and found widely in the northern half of the state in cool, wet, creekside habitats.

Henbit

Latin Name: Lamium Amplexicaule

Native to Europe, but now spread throughout North America.

Lion's Ear

Latin Name: Leonotis Lepetaefolia

A native of tropical Africa, but cultivated as a garden plant and introduced to the United States. It can be found from North Carolina south to Florida and west to Texas, commonly in Hawaii, and in the West Indies.

Lyre-leaf Sage

Latin Name: Salvia Lyrata

Native to North America, and found from Texas north to Illinois and east to nearly every state in eastern U.S., as well as south into Mexico.

Northern Bugleweed

Latin Name: Lycopus Uniflorus

Native to North America, and found throughout the upper two thirds of the United States, from California to Georgia, and throughout Canada north to Alaska.

Purple Deadnettle

Latin Name: Lamium Purpureum

Native to Eurasia, but now found throughout most of North America up to Alaska.

Spearmint

Latin Name: Mentha Spicata

Native to Europe, but introduced as an herb for its fragrance and as an additive in recipes. Widespread in the United States.

Vinegarweed

Latin Name: Trichostema Lanceolatum

Native to the west coast of the United States, and distributed throughout California and into southern Canada.

White Horehound

Latin Name: Marrubium Vulgare

A native of Europe, but probably introduced to the United States as a garden herb and now widely distributed in the U. S.

Wild Basil

Latin Name: Clinopodium Vulgare

Native to North America, and found sporadically throughout many states from coast to coast.

Wild Bergamot

Latin Name: Monarda Fistulosa

Native to North America, and found throughout Canada and the United States, with the exception of the west coast and Florida. It may occur in Oregon.

Wild Mint

Latin Name: Mentha Arvensis

Native to North America, and found throughout the U.S. and Canada to Alaska, with the exception of the extreme southeast states.

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