Catnip is a herbaceous plant with mint alike aroma that reaches 1-3’ height during the warm season. Its indented leaves, dark-green colored, are edible and grow 1-3” long until summer. The flowers are lavender-blue and occur in several clusters toward the tip of the stems. Catnip plants will grow as abundant crop if the flowers remain unpinched.
Catnip attract beneficial pollinators such as bees and butterflies.
Sow Catnip Indoors
Sow Catnip Outdoors
Keep plants full by pinching the growing stems and flower buds when they appear. Harvest leaves by cutting the stems anytime during the growing season. The foliage keeps its scent best when air dried.
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Stratified the seeds in the freezer and soaked overnight as indicated. I have them under a little grow light to encourage growth, planted 3 packets of the seeds (loosely covered with plastic wrap for the first few days) and they are already nicely sprouted! I'm really pleased with this product.
Grew within a week!
About 95% of them came up great and very easy to grow. Follow the directions but one thing to help make sure they come up after you soak and refrigerator as directed and then plant in your pot use a spray bottle to mist the top soil then take plastic wrap and wrap the top of the pot to keep humidity in. Keeps them moist and humid. With in a few days to a week they will be up. Unwrap and watch grow.
The seeds grew quite easily and didn't take too long, and my cat enjoyed the cat nip.