The regrowth of mint typically begins in early spring when the soil and air temperatures start to warm up. In many temperate regions with moderate winters, you can expect to see signs of mint regrowth within a couple of weeks to a month after the last frost date.
As the temperatures consistently rise above freezing, mint plants emerge from their winter dormancy, and new shoots and new leaves begin to appear. The exact timing can vary, but mint is known for its resilience and ability to bounce back quickly in the growing season.
Factors like the specific mint variety, local climate conditions, and how well the mint was protected during the colder months can influence the exact timing of regrowth. In regions with milder winters, mint may start regrowing earlier, while in colder climates, it might take a bit longer.