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April 23, 2010


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I have the hardest time growing mint. I live neat the coast and its always a struggle. I'm jealous of yours!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Embrace the sprawl! I let my mint free-range in the garden, too.


mint mania! enjoy it while it lasts, julia, and make some awesome stuff with it. do i hear lamb? juleps? :)

Jake the Girl

Haha you have to read The Imperfect Garden, a memoir by Adina Sara. She lets her garden grow by itself at first, but she's constantly at war with aggressive plants. It's pretty funny. Eventually she comes to terms with plants sprouting in inexplicable places.


Lydia - If my garden were bigger, I'd embrace the sprawl.

Grace -- I'm definitely looking forward to mojitos!

Jake the Girl -- thanks for the recommendation. I'll have to check it out.

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