Growing organic mint using water | No Soil | No Fertilizer

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If you wish to grow mint plants in water, simply take tip cuttings of about 5 to 6 inches (13-15 cm.) in length from an established mint plant. Remove the bottom leaves and place the cuttings in a water-filled glass or bottle. Set this in a sunny window with at least four to six hours of light each day.
Soil, pot, and fertilizer, these things are really not needed for growing mint in your kitchen garden. You can easily grow this refreshing herb in your kitchen garden by following these tips and tricks. 
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RF531530
Posted
Jul 01, 2021
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