Peppermint in Nursery Grow Pot

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Peppermint in Nursery Grow Pot

RM28.00 MYR

Peppermint in Plastic Pot

Common Names

Perppermint

Synonyms

 

 

How to Grow and Care

Place your peppermint plant right in front of a window and give it as much direct sunshine indoors that you can. It will need at least four to six hours of direct sun for best results. Southern exposure windows are ideal. You’ll need to turn the pot frequently so that the plant grows straight; otherwise, it will be leaning all to one side towards the window. If you lack a sufficiently sunny windowsill, you can easily grow these plants under a grow light or fluorescent light.

Indoor mint prefers fairly moist soil. In between thorough waterings, allow the top inch to dry and then water again. Depending on if you are growing in a terra cotta pot versus plastic or glazed ceramic, and also on how much light you are giving your plant, the time in between watering will vary. Simply feel the soil with your finger. Never allow your peppermint plant to sit in water and make sure to discard any excess water that collects in the saucer below the plant. Peppermint plants dislike having wet feet.  

One way to avoid this is to never mist your plants or get the leaves wet, especially if air circulation is poor, which it tends to be in many indoor locations.

Place your peppermint plant right in front of a window and give it as much direct sunshine indoors that you can. It will need at least four to six hours of direct sun for best results. Southern exposure windows are ideal. You’ll need to turn the pot frequently so that the plant grows straight; otherwise, it will be leaning all to one side towards the window. If you lack a sufficiently sunny windowsill, you can easily grow these plants under a grow light or fluorescent light.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Peppermint Indoors: Care For Peppermint As A Houseplant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/mint/growing-peppermint-indoors.htm
Place your peppermint plant right in front of a window and give it as much direct sunshine indoors that you can. It will need at least four to six hours of direct sun for best results. Southern exposure windows are ideal. You’ll need to turn the pot frequently so that the plant grows straight; otherwise, it will be leaning all to one side towards the window. If you lack a sufficiently sunny windowsill, you can easily grow these plants under a grow light or fluorescent light.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Peppermint Indoors: Care For Peppermint As A Houseplant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/mint/growing-peppermint-indoors.htm
Place your peppermint plant right in front of a window and give it as much direct sunshine indoors that you can. It will need at least four to six hours of direct sun for best results. Southern exposure windows are ideal. You’ll need to turn the pot frequently so that the plant grows straight; otherwise, it will be leaning all to one side towards the window. If you lack a sufficiently sunny windowsill, you can easily grow these plants under a grow light or fluorescent light.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Peppermint Indoors: Care For Peppermint As A Houseplant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/mint/growing-peppermint-indoors.htm
Place your peppermint plant right in front of a window and give it as much direct sunshine indoors that you can. It will need at least four to six hours of direct sun for best results. Southern exposure windows are ideal. You’ll need to turn the pot frequently so that the plant grows straight; otherwise, it will be leaning all to one side towards the window. If you lack a sufficiently sunny windowsill, you can easily grow these plants under a grow light or fluorescent light.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Peppermint Indoors: Care For Peppermint As A Houseplant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/mint/growing-peppermint-indoors.htm
Place your peppermint plant right in front of a window and give it as much direct sunshine indoors that you can. It will need at least four to six hours of direct sun for best results. Southern exposure windows are ideal. You’ll need to turn the pot frequently so that the plant grows straight; otherwise, it will be leaning all to one side towards the window. If you lack a sufficiently sunny windowsill, you can easily grow these plants under a grow light or fluorescent light.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Peppermint Indoors: Care For Peppermint As A Houseplant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/mint/growing-peppermint-indoors.htm
Place your peppermint plant right in front of a window and give it as much direct sunshine indoors that you can. It will need at least four to six hours of direct sun for best results. Southern exposure windows are ideal. You’ll need to turn the pot frequently so that the plant grows straight; otherwise, it will be leaning all to one side towards the window. If you lack a sufficiently sunny windowsill, you can easily grow these plants under a grow light or fluorescent light.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Peppermint Indoors: Care For Peppermint As A Houseplant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/mint/growing-peppermint-indoors.htm
Place your peppermint plant right in front of a window and give it as much direct sunshine indoors that you can. It will need at least four to six hours of direct sun for best results. Southern exposure windows are ideal. You’ll need to turn the pot frequently so that the plant grows straight; otherwise, it will be leaning all to one side towards the window. If you lack a sufficiently sunny windowsill, you can easily grow these plants under a grow light or fluorescent light.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Peppermint Indoors: Care For Peppermint As A Houseplant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/mint/growing-peppermint-indoors.htm
Place your peppermint plant right in front of a window and give it as much direct sunshine indoors that you can. It will need at least four to six hours of direct sun for best results. Southern exposure windows are ideal. You’ll need to turn the pot frequently so that the plant grows straight; otherwise, it will be leaning all to one side towards the window. If you lack a sufficiently sunny windowsill, you can easily grow these plants under a grow light or fluorescent light.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Peppermint Indoors: Care For Peppermint As A Houseplant https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/mint/growing-peppermint-indoors.htm

Suitable for Indoors.

 

Height of Plant including Planter: 30cm approximately

Size of Planter: Height 13cm x Diameter 12cm

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