Even if you don’t have cats, catnip is a perennial herb that is easy to grow and attracts bees and other pollinators. You can even make a tasty and stomach-soothing tea from it. Depending on where you live, winter can be a little harsh on your catnip, so learn how to protect it here.
Catnip is a no-fuss, easy-to-grow member of the mint family that requires little maintenance. What about pruning catnip plants though? Is cutting back catnip necessary? Click here to find out about pruning catnip plants and, if need be, how to prune catnip.
If you have cats, then you are more than likely to have given them catnip or have toys for them that contain catnip. As much as your cat appreciates this, he/she would love you even more if you provided them with fresh catnip. Learn about planting catnip for cats here.
There are few issues that will seriously affect the plant's health. They take quite a lot of abuse from overly interested neighborhood felines. However, if your plant looks sick, fungal issues are probably the most common diseases of catnip. Learn more here.
Does kitty love her catnip toys? Well then, perhaps you should grow your own catnip herb plants. Don’t know how to propagate catnip? Growing new catnip plants is easy. Click on the following article to find out about catnip propagation.
The name says it all, or almost all. Catnip is a common herb that you can cultivate in the garden but that also grows wild. Knowing how to use catnip means you can put this plentiful herb to good use for both you and your feline friends. Learn more in this article.
Catnip is a member of the mint family. There are several types of catnip, each easy to grow, vigorous and attractive. Learn more about the various types of catnip plants that you can add to your garden here in this article.
Cats and dogs are opposite in so many ways that it is no surprise that they react differently to catnip. While cats delight in the herb, rolling in it and becoming almost giddy, dogs do not. So is catnip bad for dogs? Can dogs eat catnip? Find out in this article.
The plants are generally trouble-free, and when it comes to catnip, pest problems generally aren’t much of a problem. Click on this article for information on a few common catnip plant pests, along with some helpful tips on catnip as pest repellent.
Catnip is a hardy herb, and catnip problems are usually fairly easy to figure out. If you’re dealing with catnip issues, click on the following article and we’ll troubleshoot a few of the most common problems with catnip plants that you may encounter.
Catnip is every cat’s favorite plant, and its drug-like, euphoric effect on our furry friends is well known to cat lovers. You can also use catnip as a culinary herb. If you grow catnip in the garden, you should know when and how to harvest the leaves. This article will help.
If your cat loves the herb catnip, it’s no big surprise. But you may soon find yourself needing more catnip plants than you have. Don’t worry. It is easy to grow more catnip from cuttings. Click this article for tips on how to root catnip cuttings.
If you have a feline friend or two, you are no doubt familiar with catnip. Not every cat is interested in catnip, but those that are can’t seem to get enough of it. Kitty loves it, but what else can you do with catnip? Catnip herb plants have a history of herbal uses. Learn more here.
As a member of the mint family, catnip has a similar appearance and pungent oils characteristic of the group. This makes catnip as a companion plant very useful in the garden, repelling certain pests. Learn more about catnip as pest repellent in this article.
If you have kitties, you know they are passionate about catnip. Organic catnip is best but can be hard to source and expensive when you do find it. Catnip container care is easy and suitable for even a novice so anyone can grow their own. Learn more here.
Cat lovers who also love to garden are likely to include cat-favorite plants in their beds, but it can get a little confusing. Especially tricky is catnip vs. catmint. All cat owners know their furry friends love the former, but what about catmint? Learn more in this article.
Does catnip attract cats? The answer is, it depends. Some kitties love the stuff and others pass it by without a second glance. Let’s explore the interesting relationship between cats and catnip plants. Click this article for more information.
For many home gardeners, homegrown catnip is an invaluable asset to the home herb garden, and sowing catnip seeds in a common way to get started. If you’re new to growing this plant, click here for information on how to plant catnip seeds.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Among favorites for the kitties is catnip. While many cats love this herb, some don’t like it fresh, preferring it be dried. If you’re a cat lover whose looking for a new experience for your feline, think of drying catnip leaves. This article will help get you started.
Catnip plants can help make your garden a cat-friendly garden. Growing catnip is easy, but there are some things you need to know about how to grow catnip that will make you more successful. This article will help.
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