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Mint is popular and easy to grow. The refreshing, cool tasting leaves add zest to many dishes. It goes great in sauces, vegetables, meat, potato dishes, potpourri, and jelly. It also makes a great garnish to iced drinks, melons, or ice cream.
Cool and refreshing mint
This versatile herb can be used in meat dishes, potato dishes, iced drinks, or iced cream to name a few
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Start seed indoors 8 to 10 weeks prior to last spring frost. Or, sow directly outdoors in partially shaded, moist soil. Thin or transplant when 2 inches tall. Harvest leaves as needed.
A rampant grower, best confined to containers to restrict roots. If planting in the ground, plant in container leaving about an inch above the soil to contain spread. Store dried mint in an airtight container.