Profile, here). The least fussy propagation is that done by division. Here is how you do it.
(1) Find Mint grower (many people grow it), and ask for a rooted piece of their plant. Most won't mind; it will help them keep it manageable, size-wise). It will also be good for you, too (since you'll be getting a free plant, that is already rooted).
(2)Cut back tops of your Mint plant, to promote prettier, more compact shape.
(3)Plant it in a container.
If you would rather plant it directly in the ground, then first designate a small patch of land, clean it out of any weeds, and finally, plant your Mint there.
Mint is not fussy. It will settle with minimum interference,
-just keep the weeds away!
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