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Harvesting, Drying and Propagating Mint

Propagating Mint

Image by Dandelion Salad via Flickr

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jihadacadien on Aug 23, 2013

Just having a bit of fun with my mint. Drying it for herbal tea and propagating it so I have more and more!

Chocolate Mint

Image by Dandelion Salad via Flickr

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2 Responses

  1. Love to have living mint around, wonderful to add fresh from the garden to really good organic green tea…

    • It’s good for you, too. I enjoy fresh mint in cocoa in the wintertime. Also add it to other teas. I grab a bit and put it in a jar in the kitchen and it lasts almost all winter. The photo is from my jar that is in the kitchen right now. Seems like I always have something rooting in a jar in the kitchen.

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