All my Mints are growing back, now. The Lemon Balm lush and pretty
this wonderful article on Daily Kos) that Mint likes wet ground. There's a spot in my yard that's usually damp- it grows moss- and also happens to be bounded by a concrete patio on one side, a heavy wooden barrier on the other. I moved the three Mints over there, adding another barrier of old roofing tiles and bricks sunk into the ground. Directly on the other side of it I planted a bunch of Daylilies dug up from the back corner, as they spread I hoped it might keep any mints that escape in check? For now it looks pretty, anyways.