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Nepeta cataria

People use it as a tea and of course, it drives cats wild. Gray green leaves and white blooms that are similar to other mints.Commonly known as catnip, catswort, or catmint. Grows 2 1/2 feet tall.  100 seeds

 Catnip

PLANTING

Perennial , Zones 3-9

Germination:  7-14 days

Seed Planting Depth: Lightly cover 

Starting Indoors/Outdoors:  Start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. Provide 65-70 degrees soil temperatures. Transplant 12-20" apart. Sow outdoors in the spring when soil temperature reachs 65-70 degrees, a few seeds every 4-5", thining plants to 12-20" apart..

Light Needs:  Sun 

Soil Needs: Average to sandy and well drained. 

Uses: Medicinal, attracts bees and beneficials

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    05/20/2018
    Rosemarie Carroll

    Water!

    I had a big bed of catnip that reseeded every year but not this year, so I tried 2 times to start it inside but it has not done well. I have a tendency to overwater cow pots and outside there is either to much dryness or to much rain! I bought a lot from you but I don't have time to review everything! Some things are doing good and some aren't. This has been a bad year for me for gardening. I have been planting for many years but even flowers I bought and transplanted is getting beat down from to much rain. Also, I appreciate the cow pots manure being used that way but I prefer buying big bags and adding a scoop when I transplant. All 7 zucchini seed germinated that way and I had to thin to 3 that is growing good. I am pleased with Pinetree service and I have told others.