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kalibug 8 years ago

No we don't grow them but we find them down at our creek. And I mite try that idea.

AdamBrown 8 years ago

are you growing this mint at home or is this wild mint?....if you have good clean mint leaves, it's good to dip them in water then dip them in a bit of sugar and put them on a plate ...and then after dinner you each get a sugary mint leaf as a nice breath freshener and least it works well with healthy store-bought leaves

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Missouri, USA

Spotted on May 7, 2012
Submitted on May 8, 2012

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