Danielia W
Danielia W
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  • Clarksville, TN

Does anyone know what this is?


I recently bought a pallet of these at an auction. The auction house had it labeled as a peppermint plant, but I can't find anything like it on the internet. It looks like a type of seedum to me.

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  • Margaret
    on Sep 26, 2016

    What exactly does a peppermint plant do and what can I order them

    • DORLIS
      on Nov 16, 2016

      IT SPREADS LIKE A MINT, HAS TO COME INSIDE IN WINTER, AT LEAST MINE DOES

    • Fran
      on Jun 17, 2019

      It's not a peppermint. It's what we call an ice plant in our area. They grow quickly--all you need to do is break off a piece from the top and stick it into the ground. There's no need to wait for it to root. They're a perennial and are good for borders or filling in an area pretty quickly. They are absolutely no-maintenance and just need to be trimmed to keep them somewhat bushy.


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