Asked by Judy jones on Tuesday, April 26
What kind of soil does Mint grow best in? When I lived in Pennsylvania, it grew SO WELL, we couldn't kill it when we tried. But in Minnesota, I'm having a tough time trying to keep it for one season! Any suggestions are welcome! (I know the snow has to melt first!!HA!)

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Here's our mint growing article but it says "moderately rich, moist, slightly acidic soil".

I'm in Connecticut and it definitely grows like weeds here (literally, all around my deck) so I haven't done too much personal research into it.
Answered by Jason Logsdon on Tuesday, April 26
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A mixture of bagged compost and soil will ensure a huge crop of Mint.
I have to keep it under control as it grows so fast.
Answered by John on Tuesday, April 26

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