Mint has so many uses around the house. You can use fresh mint in cooking, in cleaning, in making the house smell good, baking, and in making delicious beverages. If there’s one herb that you should grow in your garden, mint could be a great choice because of its versatility, ease of growing, and hardiness.
Once you’ve grown your mint, you need to harvest and dry it. Dried mint is tastes stronger than fresh mint, and lasts longer as well. You can use dried mint in making potpourri or seeping it to make essential oil.
Check out the blog below to find out how to harvest and dry mint.
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