Catmint (Nepeta cataria)
Perennial plant native to the Mediterranean basin (probably Egypt), naturalized throughout Europe, the Middle East and America.;If its name evokes the cat, it is because the plant provokes a remarkable reaction in several felines which is characterized by a euphoric state accompanied by great excitement your animal will roll around, sniff and do funny things.;In humans, catnip is used more to calm restlessness and pain. It should also be mentioned that before the British Empire discovered tea in its Chinese colonies, catnip infusion was a very popular drink among Her Majesty's subjects. our farm. These seeds come from Jardin Vie-La-Joie. (Germination is slow and sporadic, so sow more than you need, in order to get enough seedlings)Scarification significantly increases the germination rate Gently rub catnip seeds between 2 (fine) sand papers without pressing hard as this may damage the seeds.
Latin name: Nepeta cataria. L.
Common names: Catnip, catnip, catmint, chataire
English: Catnip, catmint
MAINTENANCE AND OTHER CONSIDERATIONS:
Germination is slow and sporadic. So be patient, and sow more than you need, in order to get enough seedlings. Removing dried flowers will encourage new flowering. Scarification significantly increases the germination rate Gently rub the catnip seeds between 2 sandpapers (fine) without pressing hard as this could damage the seeds.
|Plant type: Perennial
|Quantity: Envelope of about 150 seeds
|Exposure: Full sun
|Plantation: In the garden after the risk of frost
|Germination: 15 to 20 days
|Plant spacing: 30 cm
|Row spacing: 60 cm
|Depth: 2 mm
|Width: 50 cm to 60 cm
|Height: 50 cm to 60 cm
|Rusticity: Zone 3
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