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  • Rodriguez

    Mint for Mojitos

  • Siniša Mladić

    Menta - začin Fresh mint is great when crushed slightly and added to your iced tea pot before brewing. A prolific plant, be sure to contain it as best you can or else it will quickly overtake every open inch of space (ours ended up creeping into our lawn and driveway, but it smells very nice after we mow the lawn)!

  • Dina Fournier

    Growing Mint... MINT! =D

  • Eva Knox

    Easy to grow, edible, smells great! Perfect for a children's garden! Beware though, it spreads like crazy!

  • Amanda Trieschmann

    Mint Flower Beds

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