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Catnip is said to repel a large variety of garden pests such as Whitefly and Japanese beetles.
Because catnip is a perennial, make sure it’s planted in your garden in a place that won’t be disturbed. Here in zone 6B, it needs no special winter protection. Last year was one of the coldest winters on record in our part of the world and my catnip survive -1 F temperatures overnight. I’m convinced that catnip can withstand anything.
Closeup of catnip growing in the garden. This is ready to harvest and dry.
Let your pet cat stay amused with the Multipet International Catnip Garden Cups. Easy and simple to use, just dust small quantity of catnip on the bedding and toys to keep her stay active and playful. This pack comes with resealable cover that retains freshness and flavor of the catnip for long. So you now have your cat garden and your kitty has her summertime supply of her favorite herb.Everything you need to grow catnip or dog grass is included in each Garden in a Bag:Planting catnip around a garden can help distract cats and deter pests. (Photo: Wiki Commons).
All of these cats can only mean one thing: growing catnip. With catnip going for $2.50 a bag in the Doctors Foster and Smith catalog and at the local store, I give thanks that I have plentiful catnip growing in the garden. Growing catnip isn’t difficult, and if you have bright sunlight, a bit of soil and a pot or some garden space, you can grow catnip. Here’s how.Garden notes: To prevent undesirable spreading, we grew our plants in plastic pots buried to the rim with the bottoms intact. The blooms were numerous and delicate. is a low-growing, shrubby perennial. You can start it easily from seeds. Place a seed in a pot of sterile garden soil under grow lights or on a sunny windowsill. If your cats are catnip fiends, keep them out of the area where you’re growing your stash of catnip or else they’ll be all over it and the plants won’t grow to maturity. Transfer the plants to your garden in full sun after all danger of frost has passed. You can also purchase catnip plants in the herbs section of your favorite home and garden center as a small plant. is a low-growing, shrubby perennial. You can start it easily from seeds. Place a seed in a pot of sterile garden soil under grow lights or on a sunny windowsill. If your cats are catnip fiends, keep them out of the area where you’re growing your stash of catnip or else they’ll be all over it and the plants won’t grow to maturity. Transfer the plants to your garden in full sun after all danger of frost has passed. You can also purchase catnip plants in the herbs section of your favorite home and garden center as a small plant.All of these cats can only mean one thing: growing catnip. With catnip going for $2.50 a bag in the Doctors Foster and Smith catalog and at the local store, I give thanks that I have plentiful catnip growing in the garden. Growing catnip isn’t difficult, and if you have bright sunlight, a bit of soil and a pot or some garden space, you can grow catnip. Here’s how.Growing your catnip from seed is easy, but you can of course grow from young plants. Obtain your plants from your local garden center or a friendly neighbor.Because catnip is a perennial, make sure it’s planted in your garden in a place that won’t be disturbed. Here in zone 6B, it needs no special winter protection. Last year was one of the coldest winters on record in our part of the world and my catnip survive -1 F temperatures overnight. I’m convinced that catnip can withstand anything.Yes – catnip is like kitty marijuana. says this effect applies from lions and cougars to domestic cats, so if you've got large wild cats in the area, you may want to be cautious with your catnip plantings. I know my kitties love it.