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Catnip Seeds (Heirloom)
Heirloom catnip attracts bees and blooms throughout the summer, with fragrant lavender-blue flowers and lush foliage on two-inch tall plants. Rough, heart-shaped leaves and stout stems covered with fuzzy hairs characterize this low-growing, loosely branched perennial. The plant can become scraggly once the heirloom catnip flowers have bloomed. Cutting down the plant and gathering the herbs will help to repair the plant, allowing for new growth and an infinite supply of herbs for you and your pets.
Planting the best heirloom catnip seeds
- Native to Europe and now grows throughout the United States
- Member of the mint family
- An easy-to-grow, deer resistant herb
- Contains the chemical nepetalactone, offering cats a euphoric buzz