Bees and butterflies will flock to your garden to seek out this plant! This unique mint produces leaves with a "crinkled" apperance. Snip a few fresh leaves and add them iced tea, or use dried leaves to brew your own homemade herbal tea. Fresh-cut sprigs make a lovely garnish on the dinner plate. It is best to grow this vigorous plant in containers on the patio or a sunny windowsill to keep it from spreading.