Gardening Questions And Answers
Water your mint during dry spells to keep the soil lightly moist. Maintaining lightly moist but not soggy soil is best for mint. If the soil feels dry about an inch down, give your plant some water. If you notice the foliage of your mint wilting, that’s typically a sign the plant needs more moisture.
Signs of Powdery Mildew Little white patches that appear on the healthy leaves of the mint plant are a sign of powdery mildew. It’s a fairly common fungal disease that finds its way into the garden through the soil or on the wind. It doesn’t discriminate and will quickly spread to surrounding plants if not […]
The location of the brown gives away the cause of brown spots in your mints. Brown inner mint leaves indicate overwatering or poor water drainage. Brown spots and tips on leaves can indicate pest infestation and fungal disease. It may also be due to external factors like extreme heat and salt accumulation.