HEIRLOOM Fresh or dry, your feline friends will be so thrilled you’re growing catnip, Friends!
Ironically, her aromatic leaves in tea are relaxing nervines for humans, both cooling and anti-inflammatory with a flavor that reminds you that catnip is indeed in the mint family.
Catnip is incredibly easy to grow and will thrive in your garden for years, emerging as soon as the snow melts. We recommend tucking her in containers or plant her entirely outside your vegetable garden. Our perennial catnip patch thrives on the edge of a field and forest, well away from our cultivated vegetables and we all seem quite happy about it!
|100 Seeds||$4.45||In stock|
|200 Seeds||$7.55||In stock|
|400 Seeds||$14.25||In stock|
When to seed (Transplant Only): ~4 weeks before final frost
Seeding depth: 1/8 inch Days to Germination: 6-12 at 60-75°F
Sowing and seedling care: Sow 2 seeds/cell, thinned to one. Harden off seedlings (reduce water & temperature 3-7 days) and transplant after last frost where you don’t mind Catnip spreading for years to come. Mulch reduces weed and watering pressure in both gardens and containers.
Plant spacing after transplanting: 10-12 inches
Days to harvest: 75-85 Height: 2 feet
Harvest: Pick flowers for maximum production.