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Catnip Seeds - Lemon

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  • Heirloom perennial with blue blooms
  • Fragrant pollinator attractor, smaller growing than other catnips
  • Prefers Full Sun and Well Draining Soil

Fast Facts

Life Cycle:Perennial
Light Requirement:Full Sun
Planting Season:Spring
Plant Spacing:18-24 inches
Planting Depth:1/8 inch
Sowing Method:Start Indoors, Direct Sow
Water Needs:Average
Cold Stratification:No
Ships:Year Round
Plant Type:Bush
Features:Heirloom, Culinary, Medicinal, Outdoor, Indoor

About Catnip Seeds - Lemon

Nepeta cataria

Buy Catnip Seeds by the Packet or in Bulk

Grow Heirloom Catnip - Plant Lemon Catnip Seeds

Boasting beautiful blue flowers and a calming lemon scent, Lemon Catnip makes for a unique and much needed contribution to your garden. Its flowers attract honey bees and other pollinators and the plant itself is slightly smaller than other catnips, making it more manageable.

Fast Facts

Life Cycle:Perennial
Light Requirement:Full Sun
Planting Season:Spring
Plant Spacing:18-24 inches
Planting Depth:1/8 inch
Sowing Method:Start Indoors, Direct Sow
Water Needs:Average
Cold Stratification:No
Ships:Year Round
Plant Type:Bush
Features:Heirloom, Culinary, Medicinal, Outdoor, Indoor

About Catnip Seeds - Lemon

Nepeta cataria

Buy Catnip Seeds by the Packet or in Bulk

Grow Heirloom Catnip - Plant Lemon Catnip Seeds

Boasting beautiful blue flowers and a calming lemon scent, Lemon Catnip makes for a unique and much needed contribution to your garden. Its flowers attract honey bees and other pollinators and the plant itself is slightly smaller than other catnips, making it more manageable.

How to Grow Lemon Catnip

When to Plant Catnip Seeds

Start seeds indoors near a sunny window 6 weeks before transplanting to the garden, after the danger of the last frost. Or sow directly into the garden if your area has a longer growing season, when the danger of frost has passed.

Where to Plant Catnip Seeds

Catnip performs best in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun to partial shade. This plant is drought tolerant and thrives in dry soils with a pH of about 6.6.

How to Plant Catnip Seeds

Add aged compost to the planting bed and turn it under. Make shallow furrows and cover seeds 1/8th of an inch with loose soil. Thin or transplant seedlings to 12 inches apart when they reach 2 inches tall. Keep plants full by pinching the growing stems and flowers buds when they appear. Be very careful when transplanting outdoors, as bruising the leaves will release the oils that attract felines. Water your plants only when the soil dries out. Cut catnip back to the ground in spring to improve growth and appearance.

How to Harvest Catnip

Harvest leaves by cutting the stems or shearing the flower spikes after the plant reaches 6 inches or taller. If harvesting for cats, wait until the plant blooms. The foliage will keep its scent best when air dried. You can easily propagate catnip by dividing an established plant.

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