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"hank you very much for a really great day on Sunday. So much still to learn but thank you for the fundamentals - and already I'm getting more milk from the lovely Lily! All t..."sarahgoatkeeper
"Thank you for the black mint which arrived safely. The plants sent are generous and much appreciated. Best Wishes "mikemail order customer
We have been collecting mints (genus Mentha) for over thirty years.
About twentyfive years ago we moved to a small farm in the North East of Scotland.
After a couple of severe winters our mint collection was reduced to only 6 or 7 plants.
In 1995 we moved South to our present home in Devon,
and we started rebuilding the collection.
Currently the collection has well over 150 varieties,
we have noticed that between our trip North, and restarting the collection,
several mints (and one lemon balm) have disappeared.
We are therefore asking for your help:
Do you have a named mint that is not in our list?
Of particular interest would be :
Buddleia blue mint
erect Mitcham mint
English lamb mint
and Melissa 'Small Ness'
Any mint we haven't got would be gratefully received,
we will swap it for one of ours if you like!!!
An offer you cannot refuse!!!!! (please)
We have recently been receiving mints from collections all over Europe,
and will be adding 30 plus new varieties.
We'll be updating our plant list in the very near future,
check back regularly to see the new mints.