water mint

NOUN
  1. a European mint that thrives in wet places; has a perfume like that of the bergamot orange; naturalized in eastern North America
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  • He rubbed a mixture of charcoal, calamint, water mint, and other dried herbs into his pelt to try to blot out the stench of the village, then toppled onto a pallet in one of the guest rooms to fall asleep within seconds.
  • The machinery is long gone and water mint, butterwort, dragonflies and frogs flourish in the fenny pools where grey crystals of galena were separated from the spoil, but the shells of the buildings remain. Country diary: Westgate, Weardale
  • There are about 25 different species of mints and peppermint is actually a natural hybrid cross between Mentha aquatica (water mint) and Mentha spicata (spearmint). Mint V | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles
  • Aquatic and marginal plants associated with the lakes include: water mint, gipsywort, pond edge, water fogwort, branched bur-reed and yellow water lily.
  • There are about 25 different species of mints and peppermint is actually a natural hybrid cross between Mentha aquatica (water mint) and Mentha spicata (spearmint). Mint V | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles
  • The machinery is long gone and water mint, butterwort, dragonflies and frogs flourish in the fenny pools where grey crystals of galena were separated from the spoil, but the shells of the buildings remain. Country diary: Westgate, Weardale
  • Peppermint is a hybrid between spearmint and water mint that was developed in the 1600s.
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