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Menthol Mint Seeds

Plant Description:
Menthol Mint
Mentha Spicata
Perennial: Hardy in Zones 4 to 9
Time to sow: Spring, Late Summer, Early Fall
Light conditions: Full Sun, Partial Shade
Uses: Culinary, Medicinal, Tea
Germination: Easy

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Menthol Mint Seeds

Menthol mint is not sweet like peppermint or spearmint; It has a strong menthol content which makes it useful for tea, especially it’s medicinal properties.

How to Grow Mint From Seed

Mint prefers a moist, sunny location. Menthol mint is perennial and is hardy in zones 4 to 9. Make sure to regularly water during dry periods. If starting indoors, surface sow the seeds and place in a sunny location. For outdoors, very lightly cover the seeds with soil. Keep the soil moist and never let it dry out. The seeds will germinate in approximately 10 to 16 days. For best germination results grow indoors in sterilized garden soil; black earth/peat moss mixture. Transplant outside after risk of frost.

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