Wordless Wednesday: Where The Wild Things Grow



I’m changing this up…This plant is growing outside, not really wild but its everbearing, can you guess what herb this is?




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  1. Looks like mint to me

  2. I can’t wait until my herbs really get going!

  3. Mmmmmm it sure looks like mint to me! I love the smell of it but it is the bane of my existence at the moment, I have to get out to my garden and ruthlessly rip out a ton of it!

  4. I agree, it’s definitely mint! That is a great picture, I really need to learn how to do cool tricks like that! When I was little my grandpa used to take me to the mint he had growing in the backyard and tell me to chew the leaves like a natural gum, seeing mint always brings that memory back to me for some reason.

  5. Yep its Spearmint but it only grows by the house…clovers are my garden nemesis!

  6. pretty. One thing I miss in Germany is how easy it was to get the Herbs we needed.

  7. Mmm… I love mint! Great picture!

  8. I want a mojito! You’re lucky to have that growing. 🙂

  9. I have no idea! I just started an herb garden!

  10. I have no idea but I’ll act like I know and say mint like everyone else 😉

  11. looks like mint to me

  12. This is a great picture!

  13. I bet your yard smells great!

  14. I wouldn’t know what it is, but that’s a great shot!

  15. Marianna @ Green Mama's Pad says:

    What I want to know is what will you be making with the mint?? 😉

  16. Wow the leaves look PERFECT… Yes I agree looks like mint

  17. mint! great shot!

  18. Wow! Wild mint! Jealous 🙂

  19. mint family… you are lucky if it only grows in one area, sometimes it can be invasive… unless you are trying to grow it…LOL, and catnip (in the mint family) is likely to get eaten by any feral cats, LOL!

  20. I go with Mint!!

  21. At first I was gonna say basil, but it is too furry to be basil, Then I read the answer in the comments LOL !!

  22. I scrolled down really quick so I wouldn’t see anyone’s answer, =) but it looks like mint to me.
    Whatever it is, your photo of it (as usual) is absolutely FABULOUS!!
    I have got to get me a macro lens….
    So, when do I find out what it is?????

  23. So pretty!

  24. Never would’ve guessed that! Lucky you!

  25. Looks like mint. I bet it smells amazing.

  26. Oh what an awesome shot! Looks like mint to me – we planted some all around our house…I love the smell! 🙂

  27. mmm! so jealous!! I should have planted some mint in my garden.

  28. That….is spearmint.

    I know this because spearmint is currently eating my lawn. Several tons of it actually.

    Along with the peppermint. 🙂

  29. mint. i have it in my garden also 🙂

  30. Oh I love mint! We have a patch we maintain yearly. For soem reason my cat also loves it 🙂

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