Mint is a perennial herb with very fragrant, toothed leaves and tiny purple, pink, or white flowers. There are many varieties of mint—all fragrant, whether shiny or fuzzy, smooth or crinkled, bright green or variegated. However, you can always tell a member of the mint family by its square stem. Rolling it between your fingers, you’ll notice a pungent scent and think of candy, sweet teas, or maybe even mint juleps. Most grow best in wet environments and moist soils. Mints will grow 10–120 cm (4–48 inches) tall and can spread over an indeterminate area. As well as kitchen companions, mints are used as garden accents, ground covers, air fresheners, and herbal medicines. They’re as beautiful as they are functional, and they’re foolproof to grow, thriving in sun and shade
|Plants Care Instructions
|Don’t use chlorine water (usually tap water) as it kills the root., It should stay moist. If the coco peat is becoming light brown, it should be sprayed with water, Expose the plants to 3-4 hours of daily filtered/ indirect sunlight, Avoid temperature shock by shifting plant between indoors and outdoors on a regular basis for better growth., RO water is chlorine free and recommended, Check the coco peat before watering.