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Wild Catnip Plants | toxic plants and couch monsters

Nijae, Andalousie, 1992 © Bernard Plossu courtesy of Gallery Camera Obscura

Catnip - Nepeta cataria This is a long-lived perennial herb used in gardens and landscapes. The long green and white flower spikes are great in fresh and dried arrangements. The leaves are used in salads, sauces, teas, and soups, and also have medicinal properties; just ask your cat! Matures to 4 feet. Hardy in zones 3-9.

We used to have a kitty that looked a lot like this ~ she didn't meow ~ she only squeeked ~ thus the name ~ 'squeeky' ~ she was a nice kitty.