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Garden: David Domoney explains why you should never plant mint in borders – 'like a weed'

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However, he also warned that the herb is “famously invasive” and can “take over” a border.

He added: “But if you’ve got a windowsill you can grow yourself a really good supply of mint much better than anything you can buy.”

The gardening expert recommended taking cuttings from a mint plant and popping the stems into some water.

After a few days, the roots will start to sprout and once you get a “good flush” of roots, you can pop them in some compost.



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