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Peppermint is one of an ancient and favorite heirloom that dates back to as early as 1500 B.C. The herb is thought to have originated from North Africa and the Mediterranean, introduced as a natural hybrid cross, between both spearmint and water mint.
Its strong scented leaves are crushed and used to flavor chewing gum, breath mints and teas. Herbal seeds are great for teas, drinks, lemonade, and to chew on while working out in the garden. They are also used in all sorts of shampoos, conditioners, toothpastes and skincare products as well.
The plants grow to a mature height of roughly 2 feet tall, displaying dozens of 1 to 2 inch, shiny, bumpy leaves. The stems are red colored and smooth, while it’s blooms are a light pink to purple. All Peppermint seeds sold are Non-GMO based seed products and are intended for the current & the following growing season. All seeds are produced from open pollinated plants, stored in a temperature controlled facility and constantly moved out due to popularity.
1.To germinate your peppermint seeds, spread them over your seed-growing medium. Do not bury them under the soil. Peppermint herb seeds need light to germinate. A heat mat under your seed starting medium is also useful. It can take a couple of weeks for your seeds to germinate. Be sure that they are exposed to light, have a heat mat, and remain moist until they sprout.
2.Peppermint plants can quickly take over a garden area as they love to spread. If you don’t want your peppermint plant to take over your outdoor garden, we recommend containing it in a pot or planter. Peppermint is also a great addition to an indoor herb garden or even a hydroponic system.
3.Peppermint is an open-pollinated seed, meaning you can save seeds at harvest time for future years’ gardens.
4.We know you are going to love your mint seeds, but if for any reason you aren’t, please contact us.
Safe Seed. Sow Right Seeds has taken the Safe Seed Pledge and sells only Non-GMO heirloom seeds that are safe for you and your family.
FLAVOR. Peppermint is packed with flavor. It’s both sweet, cooling, and refreshing. They are used fresh or dried in tea and lemonade.
Grow Your Own Tea. Peppermint leaves are easy to grow and add variety to your kitchen. The dried leaves create lovely taste in herbal tea both hot and iced. Try some in your lemonade for a cooling, refreshing taste.
INDOOR & OUTDOOR HERB GARDEN. Peppermint is a popular herb with strong aromatic taste used in many dishes and herbal teas. Peppermint is a staple perennial to plant in your herb garden. Peppermint is a great herb to grow inside your kitchen and outdoors.
PACKETS. Each Peppermint seeds for planting plant seeds packet outdoors is printed on water-resistant paper, in full color with growing and harvesting directions included. Each peppermint packet contains at least 500 seeds.