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Have Mints : Seeking Mints

Posted by reyna1 Zone 8 (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 27, 10 at 17:11

In addition to what's on my trading list, I have apple mint, chocolate mint, and orange mint rootings to offer.
I am looking for other types of mints preferably something unusual. I am only looking for a small rooting or two.

Ideas of some mints that I am interested in:
Peppermint
Double Peppermint
berry and cream mint
fruit sorbet mint
grapefruit mint
sweet lemon mint
iced hazelnut latte mint
lime mint
wild berry mint
candy mint
ginger mint
Moroccan Mint


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RE: Have Mints : Seeking Mints

You should try one of the 'exchange forums', here in the gardenweb. Plant swapping and seed exchanges are welcome in those forums.


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RE: Have Mints : Seeking Mints

You might also try asking in a warmer season. None of the northern gardeners are going to have anything unless they brought in indoors for the winter. And then do you really want them to ship it to you this time of the year? It would be frozen solid in a short mailbox stay. Try asking next spring/summer.

FataMorgana


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RE: Have Mints : Seeking Mints

Thanks for the suggestions regarding asking for a trade in the exchange forum and asking in a warmer season.

My post that was posted in the exchange forum in August, met both of your criteria and no one replied, which is why I posted in the main forum.

http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/herbs/exch0811015730349.html

I'll keep trying, someone is bound to have mints :)


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