All the Mints are propagated by division of the plants
in spring or autumn. Lay the roots horizontally in
drills 2 inches deep, and in dry weather water the drills
before putting in the roots. The drills should be at least
a foot apart. Mint roots should not be left more than
three years in the same bed, for, apart from the fact
that the plants deteriorate, the roots spread down so
deep into the soil that they become difﬁcult to eradicate.
Mint is one of the few aromatic herbs that like part
Mint, the popular herb has several benefits which include proper digestion and weight loss, relief from nausea, depression, fatigue and headache, treatment of asthma, memory loss, and skin care problems. Mint, the well known mouth and breath freshener that is scientifically known as Mentha, has more than two dozen species and hundreds of varieties. It is an herb that has been used for hundreds of years for its remarkable medicinal properties.