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Have some Mints, want more mints!

Posted by tricia73 8 ( on
Fri, Dec 9, 11 at 19:42

I have Chocolate Mint plants and seeds, Peppermint, Spearmint, Orange Mint, Lime Mint (small single pot), Lemon Mint seeds and seedlings, Grapefruit Mint seeds, and Lemon Balm seeds. I am interested in obtaining any and all kinds of mint I don't already have.

Below are just some of the mints I'm looking for. There are more varieties not listed that I am alsot interested in.

Apple Mint
Austrian mint
Basil Mint
Bergamot Mint (M. x piperita citrata)
Blue Balsam Tea Mint (M. x piperita)
Candy Pop Mint
Chinese Mint (M. haplocalyx)
Corsican Mint (M. Requienii)
Cotton Candy Mint
Curly Mint (M. spicata 'Crispata')
Ginger Mint
Green Curly Mint.
Eau-de-Cologne Mint (M. piperita 'Eau-de-Cologne') Egyptian Mint (M. niliaca)
Emerald n' Gold (M. spicata variegata)
Epicurean Mint (M. epicuratus)
Ginger Mint (M. gentilis)
Grapefruit Mint (M. suaveolens x piperita)
Habek Mint (M. longifolia 'Habak')
Hillary's Sweet Lemon (M. sp. "H.S.L.")
Himalayan Silver (M. sp. 'H.S.')
Horsemint (M. longifolia)
Hypocalyx (M. Hypocalyx)
Japanese Field Mint (M. arvensis piperescens)
Japonica Mint (M. japonica)
Lavender Mint (M. piperita lavendula)
Lime Mint (M. piperita citrata spp)
Oregano Mint (M. origanum) aka Mintucha
Peppermint, Todd Mitchum (M. piperita 'T.M.')
Peppermint, Variegated (Mentha spp)
Pineapple Mint (M. suaveolens "variegata")
Silver Mint (M. sp)
Spearmint, Fuzzy (M. spicata ssp)
Spearmint, Kentucky Colonel (M. spicata 'K.C.')
Spearmint, Large-leaf (M. spicata ssp)
Spearmint, Scotch (M. spicata 'Scotch')
Vietnamese Mint (M. x gracilis)
Watermint (M. aquatica)

I have several varieties of basil and vegetable seeds available for trade too.

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: Have some Mints, want more mints!

Does your chocolate mint taste like chocolate mints?

RE: Have some Mints, want more mints!

I have a large leaf spearmint cutting with roots which I could trade (it was on your trade list) in exchange for chocolate or peppermint. PS isn't basil mint the same thing as basil, because I can give you a basil cutting

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