Growing a mint plants indoors offers a host of benefits, like having available a great herb for cooking, along with the great smell. It is possible to grow these plants indoors, some tips and tricks will need to be followed though. Finding the right sun and potting soil for this is a must.
- Herbs can be grown indoors and mint is one of them. However, mint (or any other herb) growing indoors can’t grow as vigorously as outdoors.
- It is also possible, to grow mint in water all you need to do is to take tip cuttings of about 5-6 inches length from an established mint plant.
- Keep the bottle in a cool spot that is bright and receives indirect light. Keep changing the water every other day.
“Growing mint indoors is rewarding, it complements vegetables, salads, yogurt, and meat and freshly picked leaves taste so great.”