All About Growing Mint

We show you how to grow different varieties of mint that are available and which ones are used for what purpose. Its easy to grow fresh herbs like mint in your garden. You will see a lot of...

JSW Steel seeks land, green nod for mega steel plant at Paradip - Livemint

Mumbai: The Sajjan Jindal-controlled JSW Steel has sought permission to acquire 2,980 acres to set up a mega steel plant at Paradip in Odisha and has also sought the green nod for the same.

“We have applied for 2,980 acre to set up a steel plant and are awaiting the final approval from Odisha. We are also seeking forest clearance for the plant at Paradip. We will decide on...

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  1. Mint descends from the Latin word mentha, which is rooted in the Greek word minthe, personified in Greek mythology as Minthe, a nymph who was transformed into a mint plant, and reflex of a proto-Indo-European root whence also Sanskrit-mantha, mathana (premna serratifolia).
  2. Mint really wants to be a ground cover.The long branches grow upward and then flop over and root, spreading the plant wherever it can reach. The spikes of white or pinkish flowers are attractive, brief, and do attract bees, butterflies, and even birds.
  3. First, start off strong by planting young Bonnie Plants® mint plants. After all, you can’t go wrong with a company that’s been supplying plants to home gardeners for over 100 years! Plant mint in the spring, or in the fall in frost-free climates, setting seedlings 18 to 24 inches apart. Try ...
  4. Mint is a tasty, versatile herb that can spice up a fruit salad, lamb or fish dish, or even a glass of iced tea or a cocktail. Mint comes in many different varieties, each of which is easy to maintain and lasts for many years if cared for properly. The plant is fairly invasive, however, and may ...
  5. Mint: Mint, (genus Mentha), genus of 25 species of fragrant herbs of the mint family (Lamiaceae). Native to Eurasia, North America, southern Africa, and Australia, mints are widely distributed throughout the temperate areas of the world and have naturalized in many places. A number of species,
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