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Free Seeds

 Blog  •  Published on: 04 Sep 2016

Free Seeds I have so many real Peppermint seeds if anyone would like some. I plan on selling them, but anyone on this awesome site can get some for free. Just my way of spreading cheer. Peppermint Plants are wonderful for lots of uses. Tea, is what I use it for, fresh and dried. I add it to my Chamomile and Dandelion mixes to add more flavor. I also add Stinging Nettle to the mix. These will go on sale in the spring when they are all dried and ready to be packaged. Please send me a note if you are interested in buying Organic tea for life and longevity. These ingredients in my tea mixes have many life sustaining qualities. Please let me know if you are interested and I can give you reasons that can save your life. Please visit http://bountifulharvesting.com and on menu tabs starter projects, click on make your own tea. It describes the many benefits of drinking this tea. My mixes are very affordable. I don't charge outrageous money for them. You can't afford not to buy them. They are so good for you....


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  • MJ MJ I hate to tell you this, but if your peppermint seed has been produced by plants you're growing, unless they were in a sealed environment, mint,any mint, does not come true from seed - your seeds, if grown outdoors, will be mint, but not necessarily the mint you've been growing...
    Thursday September 8, 2016 at 22:04
  • kitty c. kitty c. MJ. I did some research and you are absolutely right. When I purchased this plant, I was told it was a true Peppermint. It even had the little tag on it. While looking at the plant and a true Peppermint plant, I surmise that my plant is in fact a Spearmint Plant. It has the same values of the Peppermint and is useful in teas and as medicinal purposes just the same. I am a little put back that I was told that it was Peppermint.
    Thank you for bringing this to light for me. That's why I joined this forum. I appreciate the knowledge and it inspired me to thoroughly research mint in general. That will be the topic of my next post. http://bountifulharvesting.com. I hope you will visit and comment. Thanks Again. Kitty Clark
    Friday September 9, 2016 at 03:00