my mighty mint plant

It started out as a sprig of mint from the CSA.  It was just sitting on the counter when I realized that it was still alive after a week of neglect.  So I popped it into a glass of water.  A few days later roots started growing, and growing and growing.  After about 20+ days, I transplanted it into a pot of dirt where it grew even more for another 2 months.

It finally made it’s way into the ground and has been thriving ever since.  My little plot is surrounded by brick dividers so it won’t take over the yard. See the little painted rock made by my super-E?


You know what is really good with mint don’t you?  Mojitos!!  Perfect for a hot Sunday afternoon.  95 degrees today.  A girl needs to cool down.

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4 Responses to my mighty mint plant

  1. Wanett says:

    Thank you so much for your thoughtful, wonderful, well timed, beautiful zine! It’s filled with such great information. I can’t wait to get back into yoga using your little cartoon 😀

    Thanks again. Mine will be winging its way to you soon!

  2. we have mint growing everywhere behind our garage! It’s amazing how resiliant it is!

  3. Michelle says:

    Hey Regina, it just *might* take over your yard, don’t get too complacent! Or, if it does start growing to monstrous proportions, you could always make *me* some mojitos and send a jar on over. This deprived chick has never had one. Can ya believe it?! And it was 90+ all last week and will be again on Wednesday…

  4. Tricia says:

    where was the part that says — priceless?

    yummm,, mojitos…

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