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Official catnip

Nepeta cataria
HOW TO GROW CATNIP

Prefers sandy, well-drained, slightly alkaline soil. Plants may get leggy and fall over if soil is too rich; this will also make plant less fragrant. Keep barely moist until seed germinates. Light inhibits germination, so cover seed well and tamp down soil. Hardiness zones 3–9. Perennial.

Days from maturity calculated from the date of seeding. Average 42,300 seeds per ounce.

Soil Temp. Germ. 65–70˚F
Days to Germ. 7–10
Plant Spacing 12–18
Row Spacing 4’
Days To Maturity 75–85
Full Sun, Moist Well Drained Soil
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Greyish plant with dense whorls of whitish purple flowers. The leaves have a pungently mint-like smell and are used in tea and in cat toys. A mint-like flavor, they make an aromatic flavoring in salads. Older leaves are used as a flavoring in cooked foods. Catnip can be used fresh or dried to make an aromatic herb t...
Greyish plant with dense whorls of whitish purple flowers. The leaves have a pungently mint-like smell and are used in tea and in cat toys. A mint-like flavor, they make an aromatic flavoring in salads. Older leaves are used as a flavoring in cooked foods. Catnip can be used fresh or dried to make an aromatic herb tea. The tea should be infused in a closed container in order to preserve the essential oils, spoils it. Cats and other felines relish the plant, it causes them to become playful and docile. Also known as Catmint.

Nepeta cataria takes its name from nepenthes, the Greek name for a potion that brings forgetfulness of trouble or grief, a sedative. Cataria means, simply, of cats.
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Official catnip

Nepeta cataria
Greyish plant with dense whorls of whitish purple flowers. The leaves have a pungently mint-like smell and are used in tea and in cat toys. A mint-like flavor, they make an aromatic flavoring in salads. Older leaves are used as a flavoring in cooked foods. Catn...
Greyish plant with dense whorls of whitish purple flowers. The leaves have a pungently mint-like smell and are used in tea and in cat toys. A mint-like flavor, they make an aromatic flavoring in salads. Older leaves are used as a flavoring in cooked foods. Catnip can be used fresh or dried to make an aromatic herb tea. The tea should be infused in a closed container in order to preserve the essential oils, spoils it. Cats and other felines relish the plant, it causes them to become playful and docile. Also known as Catmint.

Nepeta cataria takes its name from nepenthes, the Greek name for a potion that brings forgetfulness of trouble or grief, a sedative. Cataria means, simply, of cats.
Learn More
HOW TO GROW CATNIP

Prefers sandy, well-drained, slightly alkaline soil. Plants may get leggy and fall over if soil is too rich; this will also make plant less fragrant. Keep barely moist until seed germinates. Light inhibits germination, so cover seed well and tamp down soil. Hardiness zones 3–9. Perennial.

Days from maturity calculated from the date of seeding. Average 42,300 seeds per ounce.

Soil Temp. Germ. 65–70˚F
Days to Germ. 7–10
Plant Spacing 12–18
Row Spacing 4’
Days To Maturity 75–85
Full Sun, Moist Well Drained Soil
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