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Grow Your Own Pet Treat! FUN TO GROW!

  • Submerge the soil pod in container provided in 3 cups of warm water in a bowl. 
  • Wait 10 minutes for the pod to absorb the water.
  • Remove about 1 tablespoon of soil and set aside.
  • Open seed pack and place seeds on soil.
  • Using the soil that you set aside, cover the seeds and lightly pack down.
  • Do not over water this can cause it to mold.
  • Drain any excess water from the bottom tray.
  • Do not allow the seeds to dry out. If soil feels dry to the touch, lightly mist.
  • Keep in a location that has lots of natural light or Sun.
  • When the plant is 3" to 4 " tall, it is ready for your kitty to enjoy!


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Customer Reviews

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Anne Marie Bell
Still growing.

I'm still growing the nip nip.

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Sarah C. (Coventry, US)
Nice container and growing

I have been growing wheat grass every few weeks for my cat for the past year after purchasing wheat grass seed online, and I have been offering my cat a single live catnip plant from a pet store for just as long. He loves the wheat grass more than live catnip, but I really like the container of this catnip with the sleeve to catch the dripping water, and it is time for a fresh catnip plant, so I decided to purchase this and try growing catnip. I followed the instructions, and the catnip seed sprouted, although much slower than wheat grass grows. I spray a little water on it daily, and it is growing fine. It looks like it will take a very long time to become mature catnip, though.

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Carla Finley
Grow Your Own Catnip

My catnip isn't quite ready for my babies yet. It needs to get a little bit taller and stronger before I let them at it!

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Mika (Quincy, US)
Dud Seeds

Unfortunately the seeds never sprouted. I bought the cat grass on here as well and it did fine so I'm assuming I was just unlucky with this batch of seeds. Love the ease of planting with the soil pellets though. Way less mess to deal with.

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Kathleen Garton (Portland, US)
catnip

Catnip is hard to grow. Not sure if my plantings will make it, but I'll be patient.