Does Vietnamese mint need full sun?
Position: full sun to part shade. Flowering and fruiting: short spikes with tiny pale pink flowers. Feeding: apply a seaweed solution at planting. In frost-prone areas, also apply a seaweed solution periodically from late autumn through winter to improve frost tolerance.
How do you know if mint is overwatered?
Signs of Overwatering
An overwatered mint plant has yellowing leaves, weak stems and appears droopy. It’s also more susceptible to diseases such as mint rust, powdery mildew, black stem rot, verticillium wilt, leaf blight and white mold stem rot. Remove damaged areas of the mint plant if the problem persists.
What can I use instead of Vietnamese mint?
For those who do not like Vietnamese balsamic, Vietnamese coriander or dangerous leaves, adds a special flavor.
- Lemon basil. Lemon basil is a handy substitute for Vietnamese lemon balm because of its fresh lemon flavor. …
- Thai basil. …
- Sweet basil. …
- Vietnamese coriander. …
- Periwinkle leaves.
Is Vietnamese mint a coriander?
Persicaria odorata, with common names Vietnamese coriander, Vietnamese cilantro, hot mint and Cambodian mint, is a herb whose leaves are used in Southeast Asian cooking.