Mint (07/09/2006) A wild mint.
Common Sage (05/25/2006) A culinary herb (Salvia spp. in the Lamiaceae family).
Mint (07/09/2006) A wild mint in the Little Water area of Mill Creek Canyon.
Mint (07/21/2006) When I hiked the Grandeur Peak trail in July, it was lined with varieties of mint.
Mint (07/21/2006) Mint along the Grandeur Peak Trail.
Mint (07/21/2006) There was enough mint alongside the trail to fill a gum factory. These flowers were tucked beneath scrub oak.
Floral Arrangement; (07/21/2006) A natural arrangment of white mint with goldeneyes.
Cool Mint (07/21/2006) It was getting late, I took this image of mint with the last of the day's light.
Nettleleaf Horsemint (07/29/2006) Nettleleaf Horsemint in Albion Basin.
Monardella odoratissima (07/29/2006) Clover-headed mint (Monardella odoratissima) getting ready to bloom.
Monardella odoratissima (07/29/2006) Cloverheaded Mint (Monardella odoratissima) starting to bloom.
Monardella odoratissima (07/29/2006) Cloverheaded Mint in bloom.
Ajuga (05/14/2009) Ajuga is a popular groundcover from the mint family.
Ajuga Mint (05/14/2009) A close up of the flowers of the Ajuga Mint. The combination of dark leaves and blue flowers makes for a popular ground cover.
Ajuga Mint (05/14/2009) A sprig of Ajuga Mint framed by a red fence.
Lamiaceae (mint) is a family of flowering plants with some 3,500 species in 210 genera. Many of the plants are aromatic and are often used as spices.
The family includes mint, age, basil, rosemary, savory, marjoram, oregano, thyme, lavender, and perilla.
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