Mint leaves are a kind of aromatic plant. The leaves of this tree are used as aroma in combination with aromatic varieties. However, more is used for the construction of different types of booths. Especially in the month of Ramadan, mint leaves are widely used in home or iftar shops. This leaf is also used for bourhani, salad or even food decoration. Chinese restaurants, five-star hotels also have various uses of mint leaves. Those who want to get mint leaves during Ramadan can now plant these mint leaves on the roof of the house, on the balcony or on the porch grill.
The mint leaves can be easily cultivated by conserving the oil containers that are discarded. For this reason, it is best to mix the two-sided soil with dried dung or discarded tea leaves in the container. In that case, if mixed with cow dung 2 kg, two-tier soil at 5 kg, the result will be good. The mint leaves should be planted by placing 5 to 6 kg of mixture in each tub or container from that mixture. Mint leaves are found in many nurseries. The point is that an old branch of this tree is cut down with roots and planted in a container, and within a few days, the pot is filled with mint leaves. So collecting 2/3 trees in the first place will never have to go to another place for fodder. Plants in containers or tubs can be tied and hung on the porch when needed or can be grown on the roof. People living in the city can cultivate it on the terrace, porch and balcony.
Mint tree does not need any of it. However, it is necessary to give a little water for 2-3 days in a row. Sunlight is not needed in this tree, so it can be used as a decoration plant in the room. In that case, sometimes the tubs should be brought out and the roots of the tree loose. In the bottom of the pot should be made 2/5 small holes so that excess water falls and the oxygen deficit is filled. Apart from this, mint leaves can also be cultivated with dung or tea leaves mixed with bricks or fences around it by placing polythene in one of the roofs. It is possible to make a lot of money from this leaf even commercially.