Tips on Growing Mint in Containers

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Growing Mint in Containers
Marty Ware from the Potted Vegetable Garden provides an educational detailed outline about growing the herb Mint in pots. Please subscribe to Marty’s Youtube channel for more great gardening videos at http://www.youtube.com/martysgarden

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The information below provides a little advice and a few pointers when it comes to both your garden, and the act of growing. Are you one of Rein in their growth by planting the mint in a large pot or garden container instead.

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