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Plant a Kitty-Friendly Indoor Garden

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Help your cat live a healthier, happier life and plant them their very own garden! These 5 herbs will soothe them, relieve stress, and can improve their overall health & well-being. 

Mint- Helps with digestive issues.
Mint is said to be the easiest to grow out of all herbs. It's great for beginning gardeners. Use Mint leaves to add flavoring to a wide array of food and beverages. Mint is a hardy perennial that can really be started anytime as long as you're about 2 months before your first Fall frost.  It also grows well indoors, year-round.  Start them inside in late winter, for your Spring planting, or wait until the soil warms up and sow the seeds directly outside in your garden.  ... learn more


Wheat Grass- Beneficial for digestive health.
Read: How to Sprout Wheat Berries at Home in a Mason Jar

Catnip- Relieves stress.
Once the threat of frost has passed, place your transplants or seedlings out into your garden bed. Usually, this means starting them indoors a few weeks before your last average frost. Catnip grows well in containers also, and if you have indoor cats, grow several pots outside to rotate to the indoors.  Learn more about how to grow organic catnip from seed >


Rosemary- Naturally repels fleas.
View our entire collection of gourmet culinary & medicinal herb varieties.

Thyme- Has a soothing effect.
Thyme can be grown in many climates. It makes for an attractive and fragrant ground cover, and has fragrant, tiny flowers that the bees love. Grow thyme to attract pollinators for your garden. Try using fresh thyme in meat dishes, incorporated into sausage, stuffing or your favorite soup recipe. It also does very well in containers, both inside and outdoors. Plant seeds when the ground temperature has warmed to at least 70 degrees. Loosen soil and then sprinkle seeds on top. Mist lightly, being careful not to allow the soil to become soggy LEARN MORE >


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