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How To Grow Mint From Cuttings In Soil | How To Grow Mint In Containers

Grow More & More Mint Plants From Cuttings!

In this post, you will learn how to grow more & more mint indoors from cuttings plus how to take care of the mint plant. So read the post thoroughly to know how to grow mint from cuttings in soil.

How to take care of the mint plant

There are a few things you need to know before growing mint in the home.

  • Give water regularly to the mint plant, keep the soil moist.
  • Take fresh and healthy stem cuttings from the plant.
  • Don’t keep the plant in too much sun or in direct sun.
  • Keep the leaves clean.
  • You can grow mint cuttings in any season.
  • Mint requires minimal care, use fertile soil and pest-free cuttings.
  • You can grow mint plants near cabbage and tomatoes.
  • If you are growing mint in the garden or yard, give shade to protect it from direct sunlight.

How to grow mint from cuttings in soil (In Pot)

Materials required

  • Potting mix soil
  • Pot
  • Water
  • Mint plant

How to grow

  • Take the pot and make a drainage hole in it.
  • Fill the pot with potting mix soil.
  • Now, cut out the healthy mint stem from the plant, you can cut any stem from the plant (3 to 4 stems are enough for a pot).
  • Now, remove all the leaves instead of the top four leaves.
  • Make 2 inches deep holes at a distance into the soil with your fingers (Four hols).
  • Put all the stems in the holes, like one stem in one hole.
  • Cover the hole with some additional potting mix soil.
  • Water the plant and place the pot on the window sill.

Give water every morning to the plant. Once the new leaves arrive you can transfer each plant to a different pot if you wish.

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Another Method (Grow Mint From Water)

Another Method (Grow Mint From Water)

This is an easy method to grow mint from cuttings in the soil.

Materials you need

  • A jar
  • Potting mix soil
  • Pot
  • Water
  • Fresh mint cuttings

How to grow

  • Cut the stems from the plant. (4 are enough)
  • Take a jar and fill the water about 1 inch.
  • Now, put the cuttings in the jar.
  • Keep the jar where the direct sunlight comes at least 6 to 8 hours a day.
  • You have to replace water with fresh water every day.
  • Within 8 to 10 days the roots come.
  • Once the roots come, then take a pot.
  • Fill it with potting mix soil.
  • Make 2 inches deep and wide holes at a distance with your fingers (make four holes).
  • Now, gently put the stems in the holes, like one stem in one hole.
  • Cover it with some additional potting mix soil.
  • Water the plant and place the pot on the kitchen window.

How to grow mint from cuttings in containers

How to grow mint from cuttings in containers

Materials you need

  • Container
  • Potting mix soil
  • Water
  • Healthy & fresh mint stems.
  • Gloves

How to grow

  • Take a container and make a drainage hole in it.
  • Fill it with potting mix soil.
  • Now, make 2 inches deep and wide 7 holes at some distance in the soil (Make holes with your fingers or any tool).
  • Cut the healthy stems from the plant.
  • Remove all the leaves instead of the top four leaves.
  • Put the stems in the holes, like one stem in one hole.
  • Cover the holes with some additional potting mix soil.
  • Water the stems and keep the container in the kitchen window. Give water every morning and don’t let the soil dry.

*You can also follow another method from the above!

How to grow mint from cuttings in Garden

How to grow mint from cuttings in Garden

Materials you need

  • Water
  • Gloves
  • Fresh cuttings

How to grow

  • Wear gloves.
  • Make sure your garden soil is fertile.
  • Now, make five holes at a distance in the soil, the hole must be 2 inches deep and wide.
  • Cut the five cuttings from the mint plant.
  • Remove all the leaves instead of the top two or four leaves.
  • Gently put the cuttings in the holes, like one stem in one hole.
  • Now, cover the hole with some additional soil.
  • Water the plant.

You can also use the water method to grow mint in the garden, all you have to do is follow the instructions above!

 

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