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HAVE: Have mint, want more mint

Posted by ladyashley 5A ( on
Mon, Feb 27, 12 at 11:00

I have the following:

-Scarlet Bee Balm (wild)
-Bee Balm 'Marshall's Delight'
-May have Bee Balm 'Petite Delight' if my cuttings survived the winter.
-Chocolate Mint
-Ginger Mint
-Apple Mint
-Spearmint 'Julep'
-Spearmint 'Kentucky Colonel'
-Lime Mint
-Berries n Cream Mint
-Orange Mint
-Lemon Balm
-Variegated Pineapple Mint

My pending trades (waiting for warm weather):
-Lavender Mint
-Curly Mint
-Banana Mint

Really looking to trade for mints that I don't have!

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: HAVE: Have mint, want more mint

I don't have anything to trade right now. I just moved into a new house 3 weeks ago. It has a beautiful brick raised bed in front. I would love to have some different mints to place in pots and sit on the walls of the bed. If you find that you have more than you can trade I would gladly send postage for a few small starts. I am especially interested in chocolate, pineapple and spearmint. Anything would be wonderful. I do however understand if you are waiting to see how trades come about. Hope you have a wonderful growing season.

RE: HAVE: Have mint, want more mint

Does your chocolate mint taste like Chocolate mints? I have Blue Balsam tea mint for trade.

RE: HAVE: Have mint, want more mint

well I can trade you a few chocomint tea bags and basil (a type of mint)and spearmint cuttings with roots for your chocolate, pineapple, and berries n' cream mint. Please make this trade!

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