Meow! That catnips looks great! Call me nuts but I just planted mine. I'm hoping I will be able to harvest it before the snow flies. We have had a very cool, rainy spring. The garden is growing, but very slowly. Blessings,<><
I'll tell you it's plenty hardy here:) My hubby planted it last fall and it is just doing so well. I hope yours does too.
I had not known that we can eat catnip...it is just for decoration? It looks pretty in the basket, is it in water? My computer man just checked me out and my computer is safe to visit.
It's for tea and I'm drying all of it that I basketed:) It will reduce dramatically.
I am still trying to process catnip tea ...
It's a thing:) It's pretty good, AND doesn't effect humans the way it does cats;)
I have to try that sometimes...is the tea good for some ailments?...like headaches when one asks their daughter and son to clean up their rooms and one goes up there and it looks worse than before and one gets a huge pounding ache in the head in leiu of yelling their brains out?.... just saying ;o)Blessings, Joanne
It Is actually good for headaches. It is kind of minty and nerve soothing. About the rooms, I just close the door...sigh.
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