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A classic ingredient in Greek and Middle Eastern cooking
    In Greek cooking, mint is used in everything from cheese dishes to tomato-based sauces, meats, and rice dishes. Keftedes, Moussaka and Tsatsiki are just few of the examples. Mint is easy to grow, producing an abundance of tasty leaves year round.
  • A taste of the Mediterranean
  • salad, soups, stews, garnish, sauces, marinades
  • Exciting and delicious varieties
  • Plant Attributes

    • Position: Shade
    • Suitable Climate Zone(s):
      • Tropical
      • Subtropical
      • Arid
      • Temperate
      • Cool
    • Flowering Time(s): Spring, Summer, Winter, Autumn
    • Plant Type: Edibles


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    How to use

    1. Rinse all vegetables and let dry, especially the parsley and mint. Cut stems off parsley then chop finely. Spread chopped parsley on paper towels and let rest for a few mins in order to get rid of the moisture. Parsley needs to be dry of moisture before adding it to the mixing bowl.
    2. Cut stems off mint, and finely chop the leaves. Lay them on a paper towel and let dry. Chop tomatoes into small cubes of less than 1/2 in then place in strainer to rid them of the juice.
    3. Finely chop onions and mix with 7-spices. Finely chop the cucumber. Mix everything together.
    4. Add the lemon juice on top of the dry Burghul, combine with the chopped herbs and vegetables, add the olive oil and salt, and mix lightly with a fork. Serve immediately.

    General Precautions

    Not suitable for children under 3 years of age, contains small parts. Adult supervision required.

    Sizes/Options Available

    1250 Seeds

    General Retail Stockists

    Bunnings Warehouse and Independent Garden Retailers