Upright Peppermint - Grow Indoors or Out - Easy to Grow! - 3" Pot
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Peppermint is hardy and easy to grow, and not too fussy about soil either. Peppermint is most excellent for tea and candy because it has a sweeter scent than other mints, but it can still be used in savory dishes.
Upright variety, mature height: 16" spread: 18" Full Sun Hardy Zones 3-7 Keep evenly moist
Mints attract a number of good pollinators to the garden. Bees, butterflies, and other pollinators are attracted to the mint when it flowers. Mints have a tendency to be quite invasive; so many people plant their mints in pots or containers. However, if you want to keep mint in your garden, try planting your seedlings in bottomless number ten cans, or surround them with a barrier that is at least ten inches deep – laundry baskets work well for this. Just be sure to drill plenty of holes in the bottom to allow for drainage. If you have a damp spot in your garden area, consider planting mint as a groundcover as it likes a moist soil.
Also an easy to grow house plant on a windowsill.