Mint is an aromatic perennial herb. Flowers are white to purple, produced atop the plant upon a spike. This plant appears to be seasonal.
This proliferative plant has a hairy stem and fuzzy green leaves shaped like little spears. An occasional white flower spikes off the top of some of the plants.
It is not poisonous to eat and if a leaf is consumed it will cure garlic breath. Mint cannot be ground up (as to make tea).
Mint can be found in the following locations: