African Potato Mint

(Plectranthus rotundifolius)
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African Potato Mint (Plectranthus rotundifolius) is one of a number of tuber forming mints (see also P. esculentus and Stachys officinalis). Primarily cultivated in West Africa and called country or native potato, this plant grows a dense ground cover of mint-like green growth and a large quantity of small potato like underground tubers. Considered a subsistence crop with permaculture potential.

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2020 is the first year The Utopian Seed Project is growing African Potato Mint, so watch this space and follow along with the Trial Notes via the blog!
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