Catnip Seed Starting Kit (Metal Pot)
2PK | Metal Pot
Want to win the heart of your favorite feline? Bonnie Plants® Catnip Seed Starting Kit gives you everything you need to grow your cat’s favorite herbal treat—and it’s a great ingredient for tea, too.
Want to win the heart of your favorite feline? Bonnie Plants® Catnip Seed Starting Kit gives you everything you need to grow your cat’s favorite herbal treat—and it’s a great ingredient for tea, too. You’ll find a pretty pot, soil, non-GMO catnip seeds, and easy-to-follow growing instructions—all in one kit. Just fill the pot with soil, sprinkle the seeds on top, press them into the soil, water well, place in a warm area under light—and soon, your pet will purr over catnip seedlings!
Make sure to keep the soil moist (but not soggy) as your catnip grows. The drainage hole in the bottom of the pot helps prevent overwatering. Carefully remove a few seedlings if the pot seems overcrowded. Catnip needs 6 to 8 hours of sun. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch, and feed with a liquid fertilizer two weeks after the seeds sprout. Catnip seeds typically germinate in 10 to 15 days, with the herb ready to harvest in 70 to 90 days.
Use the seed kit indoors year-round or grow outside when the danger of frost has passed. Harvest catnip leaves for a soothing cup of tea before your kitty claims the plant for its own—you’ll love watching your pet roll, rub, and purr over the catnip you grew from seed!
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