Corsican mint is a low-growing mint, with tiny, fragrant leaves and small white/lavender colored flowers. This mint can be used in landscaping as a bedding plant. It then gives out a fragrant mint smell when stepped on.
Although not often used in cooking, Corsican mint is the mint that's used to make Creme de Menthe liquor. So, that gives you an idea on the smell you'll enjoy as you walk barefoot on it's little velvety leaves.
Use Coriscan Mint for bedding, to line walkways or growing between stepping stones. It's most beautiful in rock gardens and walkways, growing lush and full between each stepping stone and rock. Just gorgeous.
Corsican Mint thrives in shady garden areas. Let the plant dry out between waterings. You can come by the Herbary or a Farmer Market to pick up some Corsican Mint. I think you'll love it in your landscaping.