Mojito Mint Leaves Make the Best Authentic Cuban Mojito Cocktail Drinks

Prepare for summer entertaining with a selection of mint plants, including the Mojito Mint Plant for making authentic Mojito Cocktails.
By: Greenwood Nursery Online Plant and Tree Nursery
Make Authentic Mojito Mint Cocktail Drinks with Your Own Mojito Mint Plant
Make Authentic Mojito Mint Cocktail Drinks with Your Own Mojito Mint Plant
March 29, 2014 - PRLog -- If you haven’t tried a Mojito Mint Cocktail, you’re missing out. It is a sweet, fruity alcoholic drink that is very pleasing to the taste buds. Although easy to make, it’s a great way to impress your guests.

This mild flavored mint livens up fruit and grain salads, teas, fruit desserts and makes a wonderfully fragrant garnish for drinks, salads and desserts.

"Each year we add new herb garden plants and this spring our favorite is the Mojito Mint Plant", notes Greenwood Nursery owner, Cheryl Jones, "Since it really needs to be grown in a container, the Mojito Mint plant is perfect for balcony and patio gardens in part to full sun!"

Visit Greenwood Nursery ( to get started with their video on How to Make an Authentic Mojito Mint Drink.

Steve and Cheryl Jones began Greenwood Nursery, McMinnville, TN, in 1978 as a propagation and wholesale nursery. In 1998, they took their plant catalog online offering a wide selection of garden plants to the home gardener. Greenwood Nursery is now an online plant nursery and garden center that ships plants throughout the continental United States.

For further information or to place an order, please visit ( Questions may be sent by email or by phone during office hours, Monday through Friday, 8am to 4pm central time.

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