How Much Water Do Mint Plants Need To Thrive?

Mint plants prefer consistently moist but not soggy soil to thrive.

The top inch of soil should slightly dry out before watering mint.

Adjust watering based on factors like pot size, climate, and plant age.

Proper drainage and mulching help maintain ideal soil moisture for mint.

Signs of underwatering include drooping leaves, while overwatering can cause yellowing leaves and root rot.

Rainwater is an excellent choice for watering mint, free of chemicals and beneficial for soil health.

Using a moisture meter can help ensure precise watering for optimal mint growth.

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