Mint, Outdoor Pots in Winter, and Transplanting in Fall

Ellen and C.L. give you ideas for using all of that mint that has exploded in your gardens over the summer. We explain how to keep container plants through the winter without pot or plant death, and answer a listener’s question about transplanting in the fall. 

:42 What’s For Dinner: What Can You Do With Mint?
7:43 Eat/Drink/Grow: Keeping Plants in Pots Through the Winter
19:47 Love Letters and Questions:   Sandra emailed to ask if September is a good time to move shrubs.

Mint is such an aggressive plant that it will grow in small cracks between an asphalt driveway and a cement foundation! So plant it wisely and use it frequently. Ellen and C.L. give you ideas for cooking with and preserving mint.

If you’re wondering how to keep your container plants over the winter, this episode is for you.

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