Plant care and instruction
open soil, sow as soon as May, in any ordinary soil, by spreading the seeds regularly. Inside, sow in a box, in a suitable potting soil. Cover the seeds very slightly, and tamp well. Keep the soil slightly moist until germination.
1.Light -Full to partial sunlight
2.Place-Clay or loamy soil pot
3.Water – Moderately
4.Fertilizer -Apply any organic fertilizer.
5.repotting -remove dirt and repot to another pot as recommended
6.temperature –10 degrees C
Mints have square stems and opposite aromatic leaves. Many can spread vegetatively by stolons and can be aggressive in gardens. The small flowers are usually pale purple, pink, or white in colour and are arranged in clusters, either forming whorls or crowded together in a terminal spike