Mint is one of my favourite things to grow and luckily it's really easy to grow your own from a few cuttings.
First cut a couple of sprigs of mint, strip the leaves off the bottoms of the stems leaving just the very top ones. If you don't have your own mint plants, see if a friend will give you a couple of mint cuttings.
Pop the mint stalks into a vase of water, and wait for roots to appear. It takes a week or so for the mint cuttings to root.
Fill a plant pot with peat free soil and use a dibber to poke some holes for your new mint plants to go in. Put the plant-lets in the holes, being careful and gentle with the roots, then fill in with extra soil and firm down.
That's it, your mint cuttings have become plants, make sure you keep them watered while they're settling in and unless you want a garden full of mint, grow the plants in pots or containers!
What's your favourite way to use mint? I like mint tea, but I mostly like the smell of it wafting around the garden.