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It’s that time again to trim back the peppermint which has been going nuts…

It’s that time again to trim back the peppermint which has been going nuts…


It’s that time again to trim back the peppermint which has been going nuts with this warm weather and rain. #peppermint #mint #instagarden #growwhatyoueat #organicgarden #organicgardening #instagardenlovers #permaculture #growsomethinggreen #growyourown #urbanorganicgardener #urbangardenersrepublic #garden #gardening #urbangarden #citygarden #smallspacegardening #urbanfarmer #seedsnow #gardenactivist #thehappygardeninglife #vegetablegarden #mygarden #homegrown #gardeningaustralia #gardenlife #growyourown #inmygarden

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