Mint (Mentha Pipreta) Seeds
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Mint/Peppermint (Mentha Pipreta) Seeds Pudina Ke Beej - पुदीना के बीज

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Mint is not only used in the kitchen, but it also has many medicinal uses. The mint leaves are used in salad, juices, and sauces and are even eaten raw for fresh breath.

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About this item 

  • Number of Mint (Pudina) seeds: 200 Seeds
  • Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
  • Growing season: Throughout the year
  • Sowing method: Sow the seeds 0.2 cm deep in a Container, or Pots.
  • Germination Time: 7 to 14 days from sowing
  • Germination Temperature: 18-23°C
  • Edible parts: Leaves
  • Sowing distance: 30 cm Plant to Plant

What size grow bag is best for Mint?

Mint Growing Season In India 

Mint can be grown year-round in India. In North India, plant it in late winter to early spring (February-March), and harvest from March to June. In central and southern India, it can be grown throughout the year.

How To Grow Mint In Pots

Sow the Mint seeds (पुदीना के बीज) directly in pots or grow bags. You can also start them in a seedling tray and then transplant them after the seeds germinate. Select pots or grow bags at least 22-36 cm (wide and deep) with well-draining holes. The ideal temperature for the germination of mint seeds is between 18-23°C. 
Note - To keep your mint leaves flavorful and strong-scented, repot it every 2-3 years.  

Mint (Mentha Pipreta) Seeds Sowing Method

Fill a pot or grow bag with a sowing medium and then sow the mint seeds about 0.2 cm deep in the soil and 5-8 cm apart from each seed. Water deeply, keep the soil moist, and place the pot in a dark place indoors. Mint seeds (पुदीना के बीज) germinate for about 7-14 days (depending on growing conditions). 

Fertilizer For Mint Plants

  • To encourage mint leaf growth, you should regularly feed your plant  with a diluted solution of water-soluble fertilizer (tea compost or fish emulsion)
  • Plan to fertilize the mint pot annually with a slow-release fertilizer

Mint Plants Care Tips

Soil - Use fertile and well-drained soil for planting mint 
Water - The mint plant doesn’t need too much water, give water whenever you feel the soil becomes dry. 
Sunlight - The mint plant requires at least 6 hours of sunlight every day.  
Temperature - The optimum mint growing temperatures are 15-25°C.
Common pests and diseases - Aphids, Cutworms, and flea beetles are some pests that attack the mint plants. Mint rust and powdery mildew infected the mint plants. To get rid of this problem, it would be right to spray neem oil on the mint plant from time to time.
Pruning - Most gardeners recommended pruning mint plants because it encourages plant growth. Take a normal scissor and cut off any dried, or infected leaves, and remove flower stalks, if they appear. 

Harvesting Of Mint Leaves 

  • You can cut the mint leaves about 50-60 days after planting.
  • Harvest mint leaves regularly by pinching off stems. 

Mint Plants Special Feature 

  • Common names - Mentha, Peppermint, and Pudina
  • Scientific name - Mentha
  • Height - 30-45 cm 
  • Level of growing - Easy


Does mint grow back every year in pots?

Mint plants grow back every year. It struggles through frosty weather and regrows. A healthy mint plant can live for 5 years easily. 

How do you promote mint growth?

It is good for mint plants to encourage mint growth by watering regularly and feeding your plant a liquid fertilizer every month.

Does mint regrow after cutting?

Mint leaves will regrow their leaves quickly after cutting or trimming, even as cutting encourages plant growth.

Can you eat mint that has flowered?

Yes, mint flowers are edible and have almost the same flavor as their leaves. 

Why are my mint seeds not germinating?

Mint seeds will not germinate because of improper growing conditions like not getting enough sunlight, sowing seeds too deep in the soil, overwatering, or under-watering.
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