2626Re: Greetings! I'm new...
- Mar 1, 2003Welcome Eilis,
I feel I should mention here that peppermint is a hybrid and produces
inert seeds. If you bought peppermint seeds (and I have seen them
packaged before), the plant that sprouts is NOT peppermint.
I'm apartment living as well, so I understand your space challenges.
--- In SCA-Herbalist@yahoogroups.com, "eilisag <eilisag@y...>"
> I live in the Barony of Axemoor, and recently became aware of the
> SCA, it's herb guild, and this site.
> Last spring, I started my first organic herb and vegetable garden.
> continued this past autumn with cool season transplants. Presently,fact
> I'm preparing for my next crop by starting my own seeds
> (2/plant). So far, I have seedlings for some peppermint, spearmint,
> tomatoes, lavender, chamomile, lettuce, spinach, carrots, peas,
> Bolivian peppers and more. I have very limited space due to the
> that I rent. Many of my plants are in containers - espec. theherbs.
> I have bought some books and researched many websites. I am amazed
> all the wonderful creations and uses derived from herbs. I am solost
> and overwhelmed, but I am having a lot of fun. I look forward to
> learning more!
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