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Add a sprig of mint to cocktails or lemonade, toss it into fruit salads, serve it with chicken, or brew it as a tisane; this hardy herb is extremely versatile. Start with an established plant, and grow it in an east-facing window that receives plenty of morning sunlight. Mint is hardy but invasive, so though you may feel tempted to transplant it from your windowsill to your garden, don't.
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