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Mentha pulegium

Mentha pulegium

Mentha pulegium L. Engl.: pennyroyal, English pennyroyal, European pennyroyal, true pennyroyal. Deu.: Poleiminze. Suom.: puolanminttu. Sven.: polejmynta, loppmynta, poleja. Fran.: menthe pouliot, pouliot commun. Span.: poleo. Bot. syn.: Pulegium micranthum Claus, Pulegium vulgare Mill.

Penny-royal.

Botanical name:

Plate 39. Classic texts: John Hill 1812.

Hedeoma.

Classic texts: HistVD, 1911.

Mint edibility.

Blog categories:
Henriette's herbal blog: Mints are edible, if you mean Mentha spp. And most all of them are edible, if you mean the mint family (Lamiaceae).

Photo: Mentha pulegium 6.

Taxonomy extra:
Flowering tops. Helsinki bot.g., (Kump.), Finland. Planted. 2004-09-17.

Photo: Mentha pulegium 5.

Taxonomy extra:
Flowering tops. Helsinki bot.g., (Kump.), Finland. Planted. 2004-09-17.

Photo: Mentha pulegium 4.

Taxonomy extra:
Flowering tops. Helsinki bot.g., (Kump.), Finland. Planted. 2002-07-26.

Photo: Mentha pulegium 3.

Taxonomy extra:
Flowering stand. Helsinki bot.g., (Kump.), Finland. Planted. 2002-07-26.

Photo: Mentha pulegium.

Taxonomy extra:
Plants. MTT Karila research station, Mikkeli, Finland. Planted. 2001-08-13.

Photo: Mentha pulegium 2.

Taxonomy extra:
Branch with flowerbuds. MTT Karila research station, Mikkeli, Finland. Planted. 2001-08-13.

Photo: Mentha pulegium 1.

Taxonomy extra:
Plants. MTT Karila research station, Mikkeli, Finland. Planted. 2001-08-13.


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