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    **** I am forever interested in getting seeds from my own plants and want to know if anyone has a way of collecting seeds from Mint.Idon't know if this will help but the flowers are a light purple and extremely small. The flowers are just starting to grow.

    Any techniques or info is great!!! :D

    Jstr11 :)

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    thanks looks like you did some work! I hope you don't look like this :shock:*because of me!

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    You gave me a good laugh!!* :D* I do look like that sometimes, but not from getting you that info!* I answer alot of questions on several forums and have many, many sites saved.* Glad that was helpful.

    Btw, have you ever tried winter sowing your seeds?

    Newt

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    This is my first year to actually get gardening with alot of interest.* So I haven't really had time but what kind* of seed are you talking about. I'll try it this winter. (if it's mint remember the objective is* to get seeds)

    jstr:dude:

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    Here's a site that will explain winter sowing.* You can sow perennials, biennials, hardy annuals and half hardy annuals.
    http://faq.gardenweb.com/faq/wtrsow/

    Newt


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    Wow:shock:! Your fast! Thanks!

    Jstr:)

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    Big thunderstorm here tonight and one of the rescue dogs was freaking out so I had to stay up!* I'm wilting fast though!* It's still raining, but now a nice soft rain.*

    Newt

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    I heard about the floods, are they really as bad as I've heard. ( Which is pretty bad)

    jstr:)

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    Yes they were.* Fortunately for me the closest flooding is about 30 minutes away.* The mosquitos are loving it and the weeds in my garden are growing like, well, weeds!* :shock:

    Newt

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