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Peppermint Seeds

125 Price inclusive of all taxes
Peppermint Seeds
  • Peppermint Seeds
125 Price inclusive of all taxes

Peppermint Seeds

125 Price inclusive of all taxes

1 packet contains 500 Seeds

Free Shipping on orders above Rs 200 & 3 Free Samples
Ships in 3 days
Peppermint Seeds - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Specifications

Seed Type: Non-hybrid, Open Pollinated & Non-GMO

Plant Character: Small white or purple flowers & plant grows to about 2 to 4 ft in height

Leaf Character: Dark Green Lanceolate fragrant leaf with 5 to 10 cm leaf blade

Cuttings: Prune old stalks and leaves to propagate new growth

Uses: Use fresh & dried peppermint leaves & stalk in tea, salad dressings, iced drinks, chocolates, tinctures & oils

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  • Peppermint Seeds

Peppermint Seeds

125

1 packet contains 500 Seeds
Peppermint Seeds - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Specifications

Seed Type: Non-hybrid, Open Pollinated & Non-GMO

Plant Character: Small white or purple flowers & plant grows to about 2 to 4 ft in height

Leaf Character: Dark Green Lanceolate fragrant leaf with 5 to 10 cm leaf blade

Cuttings: Prune old stalks and leaves to propagate new growth

Uses: Use fresh & dried peppermint leaves & stalk in tea, salad dressings, iced drinks, chocolates, tinctures & oils

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(Price inclusive of all taxes)

Seed Type: Non-hybrid, Open Pollinated & Non-GMO

Plant Character: Small white or purple flowers & plant grows to about 2 to 4 ft in height

Leaf Character: Dark Green Lanceolate fragrant leaf with 5 to 10 cm leaf blade

Cuttings: Prune old stalks and leaves to propagate new growth

Uses: Use fresh & dried peppermint leaves & stalk in tea, salad dressings, iced drinks, chocolates, tinctures & oils

  • SOWING
    TIME

    February To April

  • Sowing
    Distance

    Plant to Plant - 30 cms

  • Fruit
    Weight

    N/A

  • Fruit
    Shape

    N/A

  • Days to
    maturity

    50 to 60 days

Peppermint, botanical name Mentha x Piperita L, is a flowering perennial herb first used in Egyptian & Greeks cultures for their inherent medicinal values. Peppermint herb is known to cure a common cold, cough, sinuses, digestive and menstrual issues. Peppermint also has a long history of varied unique uses as medicinal & cosmetic applications. The leaves of the plant can either be used fresh or dried while peppermint oil is popular amongst beauty industry. Peppermint plant grows to about 2 to 3 feet in height & produces small white or violet colored flowers. The foliage of the peppermint is dark green and highly fragrant. The leaves of the plant are harvested once the plant is fully grown and the leaves are most flavorsome. Peppermint leaf tea has become fairly common in tea culture around the world and is used to heal various ailments like spasms, biliary disorders & ingestion etc. Peppermint leaves and stalks can be harvested just prior to or during the flowering of the plant. The taste of peppermint is cool and minty and the sensory experience we get on eating peppermint is due to its menthol oils.
Growing guide for Peppermint Seeds

Planting instructions

Sow seeds indoors or directly sow outdoors in Feb - April. Seeds will germinate in about two weeks.

Sow the seeds about 2 to 4 inch deep in moist soil and water the cultivated area lightly till germination.

The potting soil must be damp but not over flooded with water. Since germination requires a rather warm temperature of about 22 to 25 °C(71 to 77°F), you can cover the seeding pot until germination and promote the growth with plenty of natural light afterwards.

Growing Requirements

Pests & Diseases

White flies, aphids, spider mites, and thrips are some of the common pests that can affect peppermint plant.

soil

Use well-drained & moist soil with pH ranging between 6 to 7.

Spot

Choose a sunny spot on your balcony or kitchen garden once the seeds have germinated. Peppermint can also tolerate mild shade. However, deep shade is not recommended.

temperature

Until germination, Peppermint plant thrives at a high temperature ranging between 22 to 25 °C(71 to 77°F) and after root development, the temperatures can be lowered to 19 to 24°C(65 to 75°F)

watering

All varieties of mint including peppermint prefer adequately moist growing medium. Watering frequency depends upon the surrounding growing conditions. For example, in case the seeds are sown in a dry area, watering every day is recommended. You can figure out the required watering frequency by checking the quality of potting soil.

how to harvest

Harvest peppermint leaves & stalks early morning when the flavorful oils are strongest.

While fresh peppermint leaves can add flavors and aromas to salads & other dishes

You can also dry peppermint leaves for peppermint tea.

  • SOWING
    TIME

    February To April

  • Sowing
    Distance

    Plant to Plant - 30 cms

  • Fruit
    Weight

    N/A

  • Fruit
    Shape

    N/A

  • Days to
    maturity

    50 to 60 days

Peppermint, botanical name Mentha x Piperita L, is a flowering perennial herb first used in Egyptian & Greeks cultures for their inherent medicinal values. Peppermint herb is known to cure a common cold, cough, sinuses, digestive and menstrual issues. Peppermint also has a long history of varied unique uses as medicinal & cosmetic applications. The leaves of the plant can either be used fresh or dried while peppermint oil is popular amongst beauty industry. Peppermint plant grows to about 2 to 3 feet in height & produces small white or violet colored flowers. The foliage of the peppermint is dark green and highly fragrant. The leaves of the plant are harvested once the plant is fully grown and the leaves are most flavorsome. Peppermint leaf tea has become fairly common in tea culture around the world and is used to heal various ailments like spasms, biliary disorders & ingestion etc. Peppermint leaves and stalks can be harvested just prior to or during the flowering of the plant. The taste of peppermint is cool and minty and the sensory experience we get on eating peppermint is due to its menthol oils.
Growing guide for Peppermint Seeds

Planting instructions

Sow seeds indoors or directly sow outdoors in Feb - April. Seeds will germinate in about two weeks.

Sow the seeds about 2 to 4 inch deep in moist soil and water the cultivated area lightly till germination.

The potting soil must be damp but not over flooded with water. Since germination requires a rather warm temperature of about 22 to 25 °C(71 to 77°F), you can cover the seeding pot until germination and promote the growth with plenty of natural light afterwards.

Growing Requirements

Pests & Diseases

White flies, aphids, spider mites, and thrips are some of the common pests that can affect peppermint plant.

soil

Use well-drained & moist soil with pH ranging between 6 to 7.

Spot

Choose a sunny spot on your balcony or kitchen garden once the seeds have germinated. Peppermint can also tolerate mild shade. However, deep shade is not recommended.

temperature

Until germination, Peppermint plant thrives at a high temperature ranging between 22 to 25 °C(71 to 77°F) and after root development, the temperatures can be lowered to 19 to 24°C(65 to 75°F)

watering

All varieties of mint including peppermint prefer adequately moist growing medium. Watering frequency depends upon the surrounding growing conditions. For example, in case the seeds are sown in a dry area, watering every day is recommended. You can figure out the required watering frequency by checking the quality of potting soil.

how to harvest

Harvest peppermint leaves & stalks early morning when the flavorful oils are strongest.

While fresh peppermint leaves can add flavors and aromas to salads & other dishes

You can also dry peppermint leaves for peppermint tea.

Disclaimer:

The productiveness of any seed we sell is subject to your local climatic conditions*, the sowing method you adopt, and your commitment to the planting process. We give no warranty, expressed or implied, and are in no way responsible for the produce.

Please note that all our seasonal recommendations/ sowing information is as per the local climatic conditions. *For more information on the optimum conditions required for growing seeds in your region, please contact us at, hello@allthatgrows.in or Whatsapp us at, 8968675588

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