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Nepeta cataria Folk Names: Cat, Catmint, Catnep, Catnup, Cat's Wort, Field Balm, Nepeta, Nip Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Bast Power: Cat Magic, Love, Beauty, Happiness...
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Feast for butterflies and bumblebees in herb garden
The same went for the powdery blue blooms of the nearby catmint, the scarlet hollyhocks and the agastache.
Accenting rose gardens with the right shades of blue, gray or silver
Catmint (Nepeta faassenii) foliage ranges from blue-gray to gray-green depending on the hybrid. Porcelain is a cultivar that is especially handsome, with blue leaves and blue flowers that persist most of the summer.
Plenty of summer left for outdoor projects
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This summer it featured such flowering perennials as allium, catmint, coral bells, cranebill, rosemary, salvia, and yarrow, along with trees and shrubs including chokeberry, holly, magnolia, redbud, roses, sassafras, and shadblow.
Catnip Tea Is a Natural Sedative and Digestive Aid
Catnip tea is made from the leaves and flowers of the common catnip plant, (nepeta cataria) a member of the mint family also known as catmint, catswort, and field balm. Catnip should easily be found in the herbal section of most health food stores.

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Nepeta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The members of this group are known as catnip or catmint because of their Catmints are also used in herbal medicine for their mild sedative effect on humans.
Catmints (Nepeta) are Easy Growing, Drought Hardy Garden
Catmint (Nepeta) is extremely hardy, drought tolerant and virtually maintenance free. All this and nepeta repeat blooms sporadically throughout the summer.
Catmint
Catmint, or Nepeta, is a lovely perennial - scruffy, scented, much loved by cats and gardeners.
Nepeta, Catmint
Description: A fragrant, ornamental herb that prefers full sun and moist, well- drained soil. Common Name: Catmint. Botanical Name: Nepeta.
Catmint
May 30, 2005 The catmint adds blue color to any garden. Works well in hot dry conditiions. Blue Wonder catmint prefers full sun.

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