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Growing Mint, also Garden mint

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08 Jul 13 (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
can mint cuttings form roots if placed in acontainer of water
10 Jul 13 Julian (Australia - temperate climate)
Yes, quite readily. A cutting 10 cm's or more in length with water about half way will most definitely form roots in about a week or so. It does much better in pots once planted out as mint really does roam.
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