Grow Mint Indoor

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Hello, hello!
Long time no see. Now, I'm back and bring you an idea to grow herbs INDOOR!

Wow!

Now, here we go!

Step 1: What You'll Need?

A cut of mint (+- 10 cm)

Scissors

A small glass bottle

Black tape (optional)

(and exactly) water

Step 2: Step 1

Cut a mint in about 10 cm long.

Step 3: Step 2

Cut all of the leave, except the 4/5 leaves on top.

PS: Don't throw away the leaves. You can eat it right after wash it or add it to your beverage or freeze it in the ice cubes.

Step 4: Step 3

Make an angled cut on the bottom of the mint. It helps the mint for rooting.

Step 5: Step 4

Fill the water into the bottle.

Put the mint into the bottle.

Step 6: Step 5

If you don't want to see your bottle mossy, you can cover it with black tape or paint it.

Step 7: Step 6

After few weeks, your mint will have some roots.

You have to remember that the mint need a sunlight too. Place it near the window or under the light.

You have to check the water reguraly. Fill it again, again, and again. Don't leave your leaves thristy.

If you want to make the leaves bigger, you can use any other larger container.

I love to plant mint in the house because it can make my house smells good and it's a supply of my herbs too. And you TOO, actually.

Step 8: Step 7

Finish!

I hope you enjoy to read this 'how to'. Haha.

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    Maanav.

    2 years ago

    a good idea ,but soon the plant will fell suffocated and will eventually die!

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    A1 DIY

    2 years ago

    Very good, You can also microwave the leaves . when they are brittle crush them and they are dried mint for winter use

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    balsuryanaA1 DIY

    Reply 2 years ago

    Ah, sure. This is really good for winter. Thank you so much.

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    mickryobe

    2 years ago

    Thank you, balsuryana.

    I think even I, the world's worst gardener, can grow mint with your excellent instructions.

    Mickey

    1 reply