Picture from http://heim.at/
Photographed by Debra Teachout-Teashon ©1998
Corsican mint in a shallow planter a-top a cinder-block wall. It gets full sun in the summer, but survives fairly well as long as I remember to keep it watered. The smaller-leaved bunch to the right are baby tears.
Here is a closer shot of the tiny leaves. It grows quite close to the ground, and seems much more able to handle hotter summers than baby's tears.
Started in 2005
Plant marker shown for size reference
Blooming in late June in Seattle, Washington
@ the nursery