Bar Artwork Cat

Cat Bar

Start growing march — june

Catmint Web

Catmint

has small leaves and pretty blue flowers, guaranteed to inspire friskiness in any feline.

(Perennial)

Catnip Web

Catnip

the small white flowers and large leaves are irresistible to cats, who love to roll through them.

(Perennial)

This fragrant duo are adored by all felines, provoking excitement and happiness when sniffed, nibbled or rolled on.

Start by unwrapping your Growbar and place it with the brown protective paper facing upwards, into a container with plenty of space to allow it to expand. Gently pour half a litre of water into the tray and position indoors on a warm, bright sunny windowsill. The seeds will need to be a cosy 18°-22° to germinate.

Water regularly and ensure the Growbar is perfectly moist, it should remain the colour of a rich dark ginger cake.

After a few weeks you should have a bar neatly dotted with seedlings. These will be happy growing together in the bar for a further month in their sunny location.

When the seedlings have produced 4-8 leaves you may then gently separate them, being careful to not damage the delicate roots, and plant them in individual pots or a sunny weed-free spot in the garden. Plants grown in the ground with plenty of space and sunlight will produce more abundant fragrant foliage but it is possible to grow the seedlings in large containers on the balcony or patio.

How to identify your seedlings:

Catmint seedlings have small, silvery leaves. Snip after flowering to keep plants tidy.

Catnip seedlings have large, nettle like leaves. Catnip is happy in full sun or partial shade in well-drained soil. Cut back after flowering to encourage more growth.

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Bar Artwork Cat
Catmint Web

Catmint

has small leaves and pretty blue flowers, guaranteed to inspire friskiness in any feline.

(Perennial)

Catnip Web

Catnip

the small white flowers and large leaves are irresistible to cats, who love to roll through them.

(Perennial)