Unlock the Magic of Catmint Seeds: Experience Unparalleled Garden Transformation!
In the midst of heaps of gray-green foliage, catmint blooms in clusters of lavender-blue flowers.
Catmint works well as an insect repellent next to vegetables and is suitable for mass planting or edging.
Cats are drawn to catmint, and hummingbirds and bees benefit from the nectar produced by the plant's blossoms.
Catmint is simple to grow and will blossom the first year if the seeds are placed in the early part of the season. Catmint can be grown in normal, well-draining soil in the sun or light shade. Even better for drier garden regions, it is heat- and drought-tolerant.
Name of the plant: Nepeta mussinii Cycle of Life: Annual Requires full sun or partial shade for lighting Spring is the time to plant Type of Plant: Bush Features: Indoor, Outdoor, Heirloom, Culinary, and Medicinal Countdown Days: 14–21 Days Height of plant: 12 inches 12 inches between plants. 1/16-inch planting depth Method of Sowing: Direct Sow, Begin Indoors Lack of cold stratification Zones of Hardiness: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.