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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Tea, flowers, bee forage
What are the cons? none
I baby seedlings way too much, leading to much success with peppers and tomatoes from seed but bad luck with herbs. Finally got this to sprout and had to neglect it for it to survive. Literally, put some soil in a box, sprinkled with seeds, covered lightly with soil and kept damp for 5-7 days I had sprouts. Be sure to put sprouts outside and just keep damp until established. They do their own thing. Makes a fantastic mild tea during spring and summer and our outdoor cat loved it so much he'd get a bit aggressive defending "his" plant. This overwintered and came back with no effort whatsoever. Winter rains helped. Bees love to visit this as well, so plant for them as well. Spread from the roots growing into a larger clump this year without replanting.
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5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy, vigorous
What are the cons? mild
Stuck the seeds in the ground in June and this still took off and has produced a beautiful plant. Bees love it. Cats are a bit meh about it, as it isn't super strong catnip. I'll be attempting to transplant it and see if it overwinters (hopefully).
8 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Cats love it!
What are the cons? nothing
came back this year and I wish I could post a picture of how beautiful a plant it is! Really pretty and the cats love to sleep under it. They do not tear it a part, which I am very glad at and it is so pretty looking. I am very impressed with the seeds I got for it and the way it looks
18 out of 20 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Kitties love it.
What are the cons? None
I put 4 bamboo stakes around my first year plant to keep kitties from flattening it out. They were able to lie down with their heads inside the staked area and really enjoy themselves. The second year, no stakes were needed as the plant was big enough for them to crawl under it. It also seeded some baby plants the second year. The dried leaves make a wonderful tea also.
9 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Weed for Cats
What are the cons? Can be tender indoors
My cats do not stop licking my fingers after I rub them over the leaves. Because the plant is small, I have not given it to cats yet.
These require good light and the leaves are lovely looking.