Mint is a very hardy perennial herb that is easy to grow. It is used to make tea as the leaves are known for their delicious fragrance and taste. Your mint can be transplanted outside and is hardy up until -20 degrees. However, be careful where you plant it, as it can spread quite vigorously! Safe for ages 4 and up!
1. Pour soil into terra-cotta planter
2. Add one or two tablespoons of water, and blend with soil until saturated
3. Press soil smooth
4. Place seeds on surface and press into the moistened soil.
5. Add about ½ tablespoon of water if necessary
6. Screw clear terrarium lid into place
7. Place on windowsill
8. Place the terrarium in a southern or eastern exposure
9. Make sure the soil is moist every couple of weeks
10. After removing the top, be sure to keep your plant moist as they will dry out very easily.
Mint will grow 2-4 feet tall outside and likes to be kept moist in a partially shaded location. Use 3 teaspoons of fresh Mint leaves to 1 cup of hot water to make mint tea.