How to Take Mint Cuttings

How to take mint cuttings

Follow these easy steps to propagate mint by taking root cuttings.

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Mint is easy to propagate from root cuttings in autumn.

Once taken, the cuttings can be grown on in pots indoors to make new plants. The roots and underground stems of mint are the best parts to make cuttings from, and you can also use this method on tarragon, sweet woodruff and horseradish.

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