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200+ Spearmint Seeds By Seed Needs

200+ Spearmint Seeds By Seed Needs
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  • Grow Mint in full sun to partial shade. They do well in average soils.
  • Mints are aggressive growers, crowding out other plants if given the chance.
  • Fertilizer is not usually required,


  • Sweetly aromatic Spearmint (Mentha Spicata) can be used in both cooking-in the well-known mint jelly and sauces-and in potpurri and other fragrant decorative items. This perennial grows to 3 feet tall and spreads rapidly to indefinite widths. The 2-3 1/2 inch lance-shaped leaves are a unique wrinkled texture. Oblong terminal spikes of lilac-pink to white flowers appear all summer.

  • Grow Mint in full sun to partial shade. They do well in average soils.
  • Mint are grown from seed. Get an early start planting it indoors as a houseplant.
  • Established plants are prolific propagaters, producing suckers in the second and following years. They can also be grown from cuttings.
  • Mints are aggressive growers, crowding out other plants if given the chance. Give them plenty of space away from other plants in your garden. Border edgings to contain plants are a good investment.
  • Fertilizer is not usually required, except in the poorest of soils.
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