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Nepeta cataria

One whiff and your cats will be hooked. They will not be able to control themselves and will likely wallow your plant to death.  Placing some form of protection around your plants is a good idea.

The leaves are used medicinally to make a calming tea (for people).

Catnip is a bushy perennial that grows two to three feet in height.

Each packet contains 0.25 gram, which is approximately 300 seeds.

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Grew great.
I have tried to grow this before with no luck. However these seeds all germinated very quickly. I started these in the house 2013 but I started them too early. So they were not very happy when I put them in my herb garden-despite my mistake they did amazing! I had catnip all summer/fall and I love the plant. It smells wonderful and I have used it for insect repellent recipes, teas, and flower arrangements when it blooms. This herb is very versatile and easy to grow. I mulch my gardens and just checked my herb garden-I still have catnip in January. I will plant more in my other gardens to help with insect pollination.
Reviewed by: rosemary kelley from Southern Illinois. on 1/3/2014
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