Grown inside or out — they take such little space and give so much pleasure! Easy-to-grow and a healthful and less expensive alternative to store-bought spices! Comes in single packets or save when purchasing multiples. In rich, moist, well aerated soil, mint spreads rapidly from underground stems and is best confined in containers or in a border surrounded garden spot. This herb is also available in the Herb Collection.Planting guide: When growing herbs outside, seeds should be started indoors in boxes and transplanted to the open ground after danger of frost. Sow about four times their diameter in depth and press the soil down firmly. The seeds of this variety are very slow to germinate and often require several weeks in which to sprout.These items are useful when starting seeds indoors for transplanting:Jiffy-7 Peat PelletsPeat Pots, 2 1/4” roundPeat Pots, 3” round3” square pots4 1/2” round potsFor protecting your transplants against late, unexpected frosts choose between Hotkaps plant protectors and Wall O’ Water plant protectors.Everything you need to get your plants off to a great start!