In these two bottles of water are the mints which Herb Lover from GCS donated to the CG. I also added a purple basil cutting and 3 small lime cuttings from the CG. Thanks to Herb Lover who gave me tips on getting successful roots from stem cutting, I hope that these will be successful rooted too. These mints will be planted around the Cymbopogon citronelle when they grow stronger.
Select a healthy stem with a growing tip.
Make a slant cut about 1 cm. below a leaf node.
Strip all the leaves away from the stem and leave about 2 to 3 leaves at the growing tip.
Immerse the stem in water and watch the roots grow in about a week's time.
Change the water every two days to prevent mosquito breeding.