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Growing Mint, also Garden mint

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13 May 17 Preetam (Australia - temperate climate)
My mint plant is not flowering in winter. All the leaves are turning yellow in Color. Any advice please.
15 May 17 Ken (Australia - temperate climate)
Some of the leaves on my mint have gone yellow and dropped. They seem to do it every winter. It can be quite cold here so I just put it down to that. They freshen up every spring and take off again.

Some of the leaves on my mint have gone yellow and dropped. They seem to do it every winter. It can be quite cold here so I just put it down to that. They freshen up every spring and take off again.

- Ken

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