How do you keep mint plants alive indoors?
How much sun does a mint plant need?
How much sun does a mint plant need indoors?
Can mint leaves survive indoors?
Unlike many other herbs, mint is very easy to grow indoors, as long as you give the plant enough light and consistent moisture (more on both of these in a later section). Mint also makes a surprisingly beautiful houseplant.
Why is my mint dying?
How often should I water mint?
How do I make my mint plant bushy?
How often do you water mint indoors?
Water your mint at least every 2-3 days, or more if you live in a very dry climate or your mint is getting a lot of direct sunlight. Check the soil with a finger each day to ensure that the soil is moist. Add around 1–2 cups (240–470 ml) to your mint plant at each watering.
Does mint grow well in pots?
How do I keep my mint plant healthy?
How do you cut mint so it keeps growing?
Why is my mint plant drooping?
Can you overwater mint?
Does mint regrow after cutting?
Why is my mint plant stringy?
Additionally, too much fertilizer can create scraggly stems. Whereas too much fertilizer will make other plants die, it makes mint scraggly and leggy. Especially if there is too much nitrogen, the mint will continue growing, but the plant will look rather scraggly and less full.
Do you pick mint leaves from the top or bottom?
How do you trim a mint plant without killing it?
Can you transplant mint?
How fast does mint grow?
Growing at 4 inches per month, a single plant would spread to 2 feet in about six months. However, as the rhizomes creep away from the original plant, new plants are created, increasing the size of the mint area. Spearmint, which is more vigorous than peppermint, has an even faster growth/spread rate.