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My mint plant doesn't look very good it doesn't have that many leaves and the stems of the leaves are turning brown

Submitted: 01:51PM, 27 Jun 2015
Answer: Mint love allot of water and most problems with mint occur from a lack of water. It sounds like your mint needs a bit more water, they also need a nice sunny position to grow in. To keep constant bushy growth you need to regularly pick the leaves to encourage new growth otherwise it can die back. The good news it mint is a great survivor so if you just give is some more water and some Yates Uplift Organic Liquid Fertiliser it should bounce back in no time.
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Answered: 03:22PM, 29 Jun 2015

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