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Growing Mint, also Garden mint

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12 Mar 19 Greg paterson (Australia - tropical climate)
What is the best variety of mint for Darwin I have grown Coles and Woolies cuttings but they struggled and had low yield
15 Mar 19 Joanne (Australia - temperate climate)
Try growing Vietnamese mint. www.abc.net.au/gardening/factsheets/tropical-herbs/9427796
14 Mar 19 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Do some internet research.

Do some internet research.

- Mike

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