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Have - Spearmint

Posted by licutie68 8 (kamcdaniel68@aol.com) on
Fri, Feb 17, 12 at 10:29

Last year I had a scraggly mint plant in a pot that did not look like it was doing too well in the Austin drought, so I planted it in the ground to see if it would help with its water needs.... and now have about 20 mint plants that popped up! I am just getting starting with gardening in my new home in TX, so I will exchange for just about any plant or just postage if you'd just like one of these guys. I will never use it all!


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RE: Have - Spearmint

I would like some if you can spare. I don't have any live plants to give away but have lots of seeds. I should try growing a cutting of my stevia just out of curiosity but I do have seeds from it (and other seeds if interested). Or I can pay postage... how does the mailing plants go?


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Would like to have a couple of your spearmint plants. See if there is something in my trade list you'd like.


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If you still have spearmint available for postage, I am interested.

I hope the drought ends this year. I've been very concerned about our neighbors in Texas.


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