Can you eat Corsican mint?
Also asked, how do you propagate Corsican mint?
Growing Corsican Mint Indoors Corsican mint is easily grown indoors. Use a lightweight, well-drained potting mix and be sure the pot has a drainage hole in the bottom. Place the mint where it receives morning sunlight, but where it is protected from intense light and heat.
Furthermore, can I grow chocolate mint indoors? Growing and planting mint indoors is easy. You can find mint growing indoors in a pot of soil or even in a bottle of water. For starters, you need a container with adequate drainage for healthy plant growth.
Keeping this in view, is Corsican mint toxic to dogs?
Corsican mint does well in full sun to partial shade, but is not drought-tolerant and needs consistent watering. Its leaves are generally non-toxic, but large quantities of mint leaves can be toxic to dogs. Thymes are another good ground cover that are non-toxic to dogs.
What can you grow between paving slabs?
Here are some ideas of plants you could add in between your paving cracks and wall gaps:
- Smaller Alchemilla (vulgaris) variety.