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    Mint

    Does anyone know where I can get a mint plant or seeds. I just want mint, not peppermint or spearmint. Thanks.

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    Hmm you tried looking in the seed section at like walmart closer to spring? If I remember right they have mint in the herb section.
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    We have a lot of mint plants in our yard, but I don't know how to tell if they are peppermint, spearmint, or just mint (what's the difference). I put them in tea.


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    Mint doesn't produce very true from seed. The best thing to do is to find a plant you like (flavor, aroma, whatever) in someone's garden and root some of it.
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    Well the food store here has "Mint" but it's cut. Is there anyway I coule get them to take root? The seeds at walmart are peppermint or spearmint. It has to be the right mint to make mojitos. Those are delicious. And tea.

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    Oooooh....Mojito

    Does it use the same mint as a Julep?

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    I'm not sure I never tried a Julep. Maybe that's the type of mint to use.

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    Lemon Balm is cool it is lemony and chickens eat the plants then they come back
    On mint from JLAP or wallmart.. Now that I'm thinking mint is another thing I want since I saw some in my yard but dad sprayed them with a heavy duty black berry killer.

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