A really good “herb” to have in your garden is mint. The only problem is that mint is a weed!
My definition of “weed” is something that grows where you don’t want it, and is really hard (nearly impossible) to get rid of. If you have any weeds in your garden, you’ll know exactly what I mean.
Continue reading Mint – the weed that just keeps going
I’ve had 2 previous attempts at growing mint.
My first attempt (which I mention in “Mint – the weed that just keeps going“, I planted it in my herb garden, and very soon discovered that it was a VERY bad idea. So I had to rip it up.
For my second attempt, I planted it in small pots, which you can see here: Planting Mint where you want it.
Planting the mint in pots was definitely a better idea, but the pots were a bit too small. A visitor (June Tate) left this comment:
I’ve tried planting mint in pots, and it gets horribly rootbound–all roots, no dirt. The mint was a gift from a friend, and I’ve passed it on to many people. Maybe I just need a BIG pot to plant it in?
So, I’ve decided to try out the “planting mint in a BIG pot” method.
Continue reading New Attempt at Growing and Containing Mint