Catnip (via Lottas ullisar)

Interesting and useful catnip info from reader Lotta’s ullisar! If the types of ‘nip don’t interest you, be sure to skip to the end, at least for insect repellent news!

Found good info on catnip. New to me was that rats and mice dislike catnip. Nice to know if you have a problem with rodents. “Catnip is a perennial herb and member of the Mint family Labiatae that  is well known   for it’s ability to get cat’s high. It is native to Europe & Asia, however has become naturalised in America & Canada after being introduced. There are approximately 250 species of Catnip, and this figure doesn’t include hybrid … Read More

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4 Responses to Catnip (via Lottas ullisar)

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  3. Lacy says:

    Hmm..interesting. I think I’ll rub myself down with catnip next time I go hiking since mosquitos don’t like it either!!! (good article)

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