|I have a mojito mint planted in a pot. I live around amarillo texas in the panhandle.Do I need to bring it indoors for the winter?What works best if I leave it outside? also,do I need to prune it back.
|Answer from NGA
September 24, 2010
|You can leave your mint plant outdoors this winter. It's a hardy perennial. To help protect the root system, though, sink the pot into the ground over the winter months. You can unearth the pot in the spring.
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