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Learn how to plant, grow, and harvest mint with this growing guide from The Old Farmer's Almanac.


Harvesting: Pick mint leaves at any point in the growing season. For strongest flavor, harvest leaves at midday when essential oil concentrations are strongest.


Mint prefers fertile soil with a pH from 6.0 to 7.0. Mint is plenty vigorous on its own , but will appreciate a little fertilizer every few weeks, especially if you harvest a ...


Guide to Growing and Harvesting Mint in your Herb Garden, Including Plant Spacing, Timing, and Ideal Growing Conditions to Optimize your Herb Garden ...

May 16, 2016 ... Prune & harvest mint at the same time to enjoy continuous harvests.
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Harvest the mint early the next morning. Cut the stems about an inch above the soil line with pruning shears or a sharp knife.


How to Harvest Mint. Mint is a fragrant and useful herb. When harvested, mint can be used to make tea, prepare bath and body products and used medicinally ...


I am trying to grow mint. I did repot the plant cutting away excess roots. ... Here's a picture of my mint plant showing a flower (left) and most of the ...