The quick and convenient guide to growing your Lemon Catnip seeds!
Growing Lemon Catnip From Seeds
Lemon Catnip is know for its cat-attracting leaves and white flowers. The flowers of the Catnip plant are very attractive to bees.
Growing Your Lemon Catnip From Seed In 5 Steps
Direct sow your lemon catnip seeds in your garden soil in an area where they will receive full sun or light shade. Plant after the danger of frost has passed in your area. In frost-free areas, sow from fall to early spring. Choose a location where vigorous plants can be easily controlled, such as in containers or a raised bed.
Sow your lemon catnip seeds and cover with ¼ inches of fine soil.
Gently press the soil lightly and keep evenly moist.
Seedlings will emerge in 12-24 days.
Thin to stand about 18 inches apart.