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HAVE: Lots of mints many species

Posted by louisiana_botanist 8 Baton RougeLA (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 3, 06 at 14:03

Got home last night from a 6-week business trip and discovered my front gardens had exploded in vegetative growth. Must thin this week and weekend. Mints are a foot tall or more. Peppermint, spearmint, orangemint, catmint and probably a whole lot more. I should have the Solanum, Vicia, and Hydrocotle removed by Wednesday so accessing mint should be easy. May have some other give away stuff after I break out the sheers and cut away the weeds.

Give me a call at 225-803-5406 (cell) or email at hexastylis at I'm in Melrose Place Subdivision northeast of the Florida Blvd and S. Foster Intersection. See my website for a MapQuest map to my home.

Please call or stop by PRIOR to 16 April or you'll have to wait until May.


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RE: HAVE: Lots of mints many species

James If you still have the mint I would be interested in the Peppermint, spearmint, orangemint, catmint and what else you have that I don't, It's funny I have a good many of the more up to do mints but none of the more common ones, I would either trade or do postage, Please let me know, thanks, Dixie

RE: HAVE: Lots of mints many species

I absolutely love mints and would love to have some of your cuttings. I live in Hammond so the postage shouldnt be that bad. I am interested in your spearmint, orangemint, ( if catmint has a good aroma, I would like some of that too.), and any other mints that have nice smells. Look at my trade list and see if there are any seeds you would like. Thanks

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