Pepper Mint Herb

Pepper Mint Herb




Garden favorite, this variety is a sultry and refreshingly pungent. A delectably sweet topping for fruit and ice cream alike, also great for hot tea. As a general rule the Mint best grown in containers as it’s known to root vigorously when allowed to grow freely.
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Sowing Instructions :

Sow seeds directly outdoors in a Sunny site with average soil in late May or again in mid-August through to mid-September. In spring seed can also be started indoors in a soil-less mix 6-8 weeks before last frost date. Keep temperature at 21°C (70°F) for the 7-14 day germination period, then grow on at a slightly cooler temperature before hardening off and transplanting outside after the danger of frost has passed. Sow seed 3 mm (1/8″) deep and 1.25 cm (1/2″) apart then thin the sprouts to 10 cm (4″) apart in the garden.

Additional Information :
Day To Maturity

90-100 Days


18-24 inches




Indoor/Direct Sow


18-30 inches




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