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Catnip Lemon

Nepeta cataria spp. citriodora

Size: Small Size Chart
Pot: Eco Planter

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  • Pet Safe:Yes

  • Care Level:I'm Easy

Catnip Lemon (Nepeta cataria spp. citriodora) is a hardy perennial in the mint family that attracts all pollinators to the garden. Once established, she is drought resistant. She pays for her room and board by repelling voles and mice with her minty odor. Because of its rapid growth, we recommend growing in container pots or hanging baskets since it can be a bit invasive if left unchecked. She has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and repels several pests that attack your other leafy vegetables. She will grow up to 2-3 feet tall and wide in acidic to alkaline soil (6-7.8 pH).
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Catnip Lemon
Catnip Lemon
About Catnip Lemon

Catnip has a lot of advantageous properties, including repelling mosquitoes. To stop biting, take the leaves and rub them over your skin while in infested areas. It also has mild sedative properties and can be used for respiratory conditions.

Care Level: I'm Easy

Easy for beginners

Pet Friendly: Yes

Safe for pets

Origins: Europe, Africa and Southwest Central Asia, and have been naturalised to North America

Europe, Africa and Southwest Central Asia, and have been naturalised to North America

Fun Facts: Catnip has been a...

Catnip has been a part of potager gardens since the 13th century. The dried herbs are used in stews, soups, sauces, and teas and are also a therapeutic relaxant. Catnip can also be used around poultry yards or chicken coops to deter pests. Plant this herb to deter aphids.

Nepeta cataria spp. citriodora Care Guide

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