What to expect when growing mint
Mint is a popular household herb because of its fresh scent, aromatic taste, and beautiful ridged leaves. Like any plant, mint has many benefits but requires patience and a little bit of care in order to get to the finish line.
Starting with a seed
Mint thrives when planted in a light, well drained soil, making ēdn's seed pods a perfect fit! Mint is quite versatile because it grows well in full sun or partial shade. When watering your mint seeds, use enough water to moisten your soil but don’t over soak them. You can expect to see your mint seed start to germinate within 2 weeks of planting.
Caring for your mint
Mint flourishes under minimal care. Mint grows upward until it gets to a certain point and starts to spread horizontally. That’s why the SmallGarden is perfect for mint. It provides a physical barrier forcing your mint to only sprout upward. If you see your mint start to bud flowers, make sure to trim them off before they bloom in order to keep your plants alive.
You can harvest your mint leaves as soon as they sprout. In fact, the younger leaves have more flavor than the older ones. For full harvesting instructions, click here. https://support.edntech.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000628212-How-do-I-harvest-mint-