Peppermint Seeds


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A hardy, easy to grow herb, Peppermint is great for new gardeners. Mint flowers and leaves are edible and highly aromatic.

How to Grow Peppermint

  • Latin Name: Mentha
  • Days to Maturity: 90
  • Hardiness Zone: 4- 9
  • Soil: ph 6.5 to 7
  • Temperature: Cooler
  • Light Preference: Full sun or partial shade
  • Planting:
    • Depth: 1/4"
    • Plant Space: 18"
  • Pests/disease: Verticillium Wilt, Mint Rust, Mint Anthracnose, and insects such as spider mites, flea beetles, root borers, cutworms, root weevils and Aphids
  • Seed Count:
    • 1 g- Approximately 11,140 seeds
    • 1 oz- Approximately 311,700 seeds
    • 1 lb- Approximately 4,990,000 seeds

Due to the rapid growing rate of the mint plant some gardeners prefer to keep it confined to pots. Mint is great for attracting earthworms, hover-flies and predatory wasps while repelling cabbage moths, aphids and flea beetles. Once the plant has become established you may harvest the leaves or flowers as needed.