Best Growing Conditions For Mint

Are you wanting to grow mint? Are you not sure if the growing conditions are right where you live. The Garden Guy is going to explain the best growing conditions for a mint plant. There are two ways on growing mint. The first way to grow mint is directly into the ground. The Mint plant is a perennial plant which means that it comes back year after year. The temperature for mint to start producing leaves is 60 to 70 degrees. A full grown mint plant can grow up to be about 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. The second way to grow mint is to grow it indoors all year around in a planter full of potting soil. I recommend to never place your indoor mint plant near a drafty window as it may cause the plant to get frost bitten from the winter cold air.