Originally Posted by Persi & Alley
I see them in the supermarket with the rest of the seeds!
Don't fertilize them too much and do let them dry out a tiny bit before watering again. They are super easy to grow. I have to plant them in hanging pots otherwise every cat in the city comes and chomps on them before they can get growing.
In the Fall, I cut the stems off and hang them upside down (in the basement) to dry. The kitties eat the dried leaves all winter.
Oh, and our cats LOVE the different types of catnip, but don't care much for the cat mint. Your kitties might be different, though. Have fun!