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When is the best time for transplanting Mint. I have some that is in a bad location and I need to move it.
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I'm pretty sure mint has legs and moves around at night - but it's horrible about following directions! So you'll need to dig some up and move it where you want it to grow. Most plants should be transplanted in spring or fall, when temperatures are not too extreme. However, Mint can probably survive summertime transplanting.
I'm pretty sure mint has legs and moves around at night - but it's horrible about following directions! So you'll need to dig some up and move it where you want it to grow.
Most plants should be transplanted in spring or fall, when temperatures are not too extreme. However, Mint can probably survive summertime transplanting.
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