Introduction: Propagating Mint From Cuttings

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Hey,

In this instructable I'll show how to propagating mint from cuttings.

*Note: You can propagate any soft stem herb just with water.

It's easy and fun to make... I hope you like it. :D

Step 1: Materials and Tools

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Materials:

  • Mint plant

Tools:

  • Scissors
  • Small jar

*WARNING: DO NOT CUT YOURSELF WITH A SCISSORS!

Step 2: Take a Cutting

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Now it's time to cut your plant...

Cut it 5-6cm form the top.

*Note: Look at the picture.

Step 3: Prepare the Cutting

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Remove all the leaves from the cutting, except ones on the top.

When you remove the leaves, put the cutting in jar with water.

You need to chandge water every 2-3 days.

*Note: I'm useing only rain water.

Step 4: Success

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After 5-6days (in my case), small root start to grow.

It take about 2 weeks to grow root for planting.

Step 5: THE END

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Now you can plant it and enjoy your new mint plant..

I hope you like it and enjoy making it.

Please comment if have some compliments or criticism.

THANKS for watching. :D

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