Mentha requienii | Corsican Mint | Mismín galda
Naturalised on damp rocks or roadsides near the coast.
Records submitted to Data Centre in 2020
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Native of the Mediterranean and a rare garden escape in Ireland where it has naturalised in a few places. This genus has been cultivated for centuries as an aromatic herb. The leaves are used as flavours in teas, drinks, jellies, syrups, cooking and ice-cream.