Perfect for beginning gardeners, mint is the easiest of all herbs to grow, a perennial hardy in zones 4-9. In addition to flavoring food and drinks, it serves as a natural pest deterrent in the vegetable, herb, or flower garden, and chewing the leaves not only freshens the breath but is said to calm an upset stomach.
Put seeds into the warm water, Heated soaking, after 4-6 hours, remove the seeds, the seeds germinate easily after soaking. The seeds into the soil (Note: need loose soil, breathable, good water holding capacity), each container can generally be 5 to 8 on demand. Depending on growth conditions after germination the seedlings remain relatively strong strain; after germination thinning, as appropriate, leaving 1 to 3 seedlings. After sowing, cover with plastic wrap to the top container (plastic film may also be convenient bags), fresh stab a few holes in the membrane permeability. The container in the sun, keep the temperature around 20 degrees. Most seeds can germinate after a week. After the seedlings after germination and other robust transplanted into the ground.