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Hmm, doesn't look like any mint I know buy it's definitely in that family. Could be any of horehound, horsemint, oregano, ground ivy. There are a lot of wild mints out there but few of them tasty. If you find a good one, have a mojito for me!
I agree with Nat that it probably isn't culinary mint but is from the mint family, which has a lot of members. Mints usually like it damp. If you can catch it in the spring before it bolts try a taste then.
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