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Attracting bees, catnip will bloom all summer, boasting fragrant lavender-blue flowers and dense foliage on two inch tall plants. This loosely branching, low perennial offers rough, heart shaped leaves and thick stems covered in fuzzy hairs. Once catnip flowers bloom, the plant can tend to look a little scraggly. Cutting back the plant and harvesting will restore the plant, encouraging new growth and an endless supply of herbs for you and your furry friends.
What we love about planting catnip
- Native to parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa
- Tall-growing heirloom perennial
- Easy to grow indoors and out
- Favored by cats, but also used to make teas