mint care self watering

mint care self watering


Potted Herb Care

  • Indirect sunlight
  • Warm environment
  • 1. Remove herb from pack & place into our self watering pot.

  • 2. Fill the pot with water.

  • 3. Refill when water is below level of terracotta disc.

1 to 2 weeks of freshness if cared & kept indoors

Growing Outdoors

  • Indirect sunlight
  • Wind free
  • Water daily

Containers are perfect for mint plants as you needn’t worry about the roots spreading under ground.

  • 1. Plant it in a moist and well fertilized large pot outdoors in a partial shade area.

  • 2. Mint roots don’t grow deep, so it still requires frequent watering.

  • 3. When planting it in open ground, keep in mind that it spreads quickly and may crowd out surrounding plants.

mint care self watering
All year

When to Harvest

Do not cut the branches at the stem, but above the third-fifth leaf, at about 3-5 cm.

If you would like it to grow into a nice bush, cut back the leaves.

Keep the plant trimmed which will persuade the plant to grow more leaves around the sides.

How to Freeze

1. Chop

Chop into small pieces.

2. Cube tray

Press pieces into an ice cube tray half-filled with water.

3. Freeze

Place the tray in your freezer. Can be kept for 4 to 6 months.

Cut Herb Care

  • Can be refrigerated
  • 1. Keep the product in it’s mini-greenhouse packaging.

  • 2. Snip off what you need and continue to properly store the remainder.

  • 3. Lasts 7 to 10 days

How to enjoy it

Pick sprigs & chop as required. Encourage new growth by pinching out the tips.

Before use, rinse under cold running water.

Add freshly chopped mint to salsa and serve with white fish.

  • Check out some of our favourites herb recipes and bring their fresh taste to your family!