Catnip (Nepeta cataria)
This easy-grow heirloom does so much more than simply delight your favorite feline. Catnip can also be made into tea, used to repel harmful pests like flea beetles and squash bugs, and help attract friendly pollinators to your garden too!
- 200 seeds minimum
- Germination: 14-36 days
- Maturity: 80-90 days
- Direct sow in full sun after last frost date. Gently press scattered seeds into soil. Light is required for germination.
- Space plants 12” apart.
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My Cat Tried to Kill Me
Ok germination rate but some of the hardiest plants ever. I could not kill these if I tried. Grew several catnip plants indoors over winter and they survived many forgotten waterings- bouncing back even after laying completely flat from parchedness (my watering skills have improved since then, lol). My cats also went crazy for it, fresh or dried, and it smelled really nice to me as well. Just overall a really bright and vibrant plant to have around- just watch your fingers when you try to give some to your kitties. My thumb will never be the same. ;)