Growing Mint, also Garden mint

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15 Aug 12 Phil Green (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Hi all, My recently planted mint has leaves that look like they have been burnt. Any ideas what might have caused it? Cheers Phil
21 Aug 12 Stevee (Australia - temperate climate)
Have you had frost lately Phil? Frost can make the leaves (particularly new ones) go black.
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