Hey all - I found your awesome forum and thought you'd be just the people who could help me out. I'm what you guys would probably call a novice in gardening - lol.
Anywho, I live in Ohio and most of the plants we have are types that are impossible to kill (mostly hostas, columbines, and lilies). We've also had this type of plant around the back of our house (pretty shaded area) for years that we don't know the name of. My aunt gave it to us at least 10 years ago and it's still going strong. Unfortunately, my aunt has passed away and we don't remember what she said the plant was.
The plants stay fairly small (maybe something like 1' high x 1' wide at the most) and reproduce like bunnies! Every spring there are at least 5 or 6 new ones popping up out in the yard that I have to dig up and put back into the beds. The transplanted ones do fantastic.
If you rub the leaves, your fingers will have a fairly strong minty odor (at least I think it's minty - my father says he thinks it smells piney ). I've looked on the internet at all the types of mint and I can't find anything that looks like this, though.
Any info you guys could give me would be fabulous. Thanks so much and happy gardening!!
Here's a pic of it: [url=https://www.HerpInfoSource.cjb.net/unknown_plant.jpg]Unkown Plant[/url]