Catnip, Nepeta cataria Aromatic and medicinal. Also used as a tea plant. White flowers in summer and fall. Grows 24”. Catnip is a gray-green perennial with soft white fuzzy leaves and stems. It is part of the mint family. While it has historically been used in tea as a mild sedative, today its most common use is for cat toys. It is said to be a feline aphrodisiac that no cat can resist. As a tea, combine with chamomile for a “restful sleep”. Catnip prefers an average, sandy well-drained soil. It grows in sun to partial shade, but will be most fragrant in good sunlight. It is native to Europe and Asia. Scroll down to see available varieties.
Lemon............Grows 2-3" by 1-2". Zone 3-9. Lemon scent! Use dried or fresh for your feline friends. New for 2008!