Grow Your Own Non-GMO Catnip Seeds

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After a long day of napping, eating, and chasing invisible insects, every cat deserves a refreshing supply of catnip. Spoil your cat like he deserves, with a garden patch of catnip. Your cat says the least you can do is dedicate a portion of the garden to him. Seriously!

Catnip isn’t just for the cats, though. It is a member of the mint family and is considered a medicinal, easing anxiety and upset stomachs. We make it into a tea and drink it to unwind after a hard day. Of course, we never forget to make sure our cat has some, too.

Set aside a small area of the garden to grow catnip, or grow it in containers. Catnip plants grow up to 3-feet tall. The heart-shaped, fuzzy leaves add depth and allure to all gardens. The flowers are small, white to pale lavender, and distinctly fragrant.

    • MORE SEEDS- Our catnip seed pack has 3X seeds as many of our competitors.
    • NON-GMO HEIRLOOM: Our catnip seeds for planting are all top quality with some of the highest germination rates in the industry.

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Grow your own Non-GMO catnip indoors or outdoors in any season. When growing catnip from seed, you’ll need to prepare the seeds properly. Catnip seeds are tough and need to be stratified or slightly damaged before they will sprout. This is done by first placing the seeds in the freezer overnight, and then placing the seeds in a bowl of water for 24 hours. This process will damage the seed coat and make it much easier for the catnip seeds to sprout. After you have stratified the seeds, plant them indoors or outdoors. Thin them to one plant per 20 inches after they sprout.

Weight.2 lbs
Dimensions8 × 5 × .5 in

How do I plant the seeds?

When growing catnip from seed, you’ll need to properly prepare the seeds. Catnip seeds are tough and need to be stratified or slightly damaged before they will sprout. This can be done by first placing the seeds in the freezer overnight and then placing the seeds in a bowl of water for 24 hours. This process will damage the seed coat and will make it much easier for the catnip seeds to sprout. After you have stratified the seeds, you can plant them indoors or outdoors. Thin them to one plant per 20 inches after the sprout.

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