Here are some tips on how to grow mint:
Mint can grow in any type of soil and any type of shade, but prefers
full shade and moist and mildly acidic soil. The best time to plant mint is in early spring or autumn, when the weather is a lot cooler.
Be sure to plant mint where you can give it more room to grow. If you
wish to place them with other plants or herbs, make sure they are 1-2 feet apart from each other.
Keep the plant moist. Although mint plants do not require fertilizer,
you can add compost to the soil to keep the plants lush and healthy. Cut off dead leaves and stems. Prune plants before winter sets in.
December 6, 2010 Monday at 4:09 am