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I read the following in the PlantFiles a few weeks ago...
Quoting:On Apr 24, 2003, Nurafey from Lakeland, FL (Zone 9a) wrote:
Catnip is one of those herbs that grows well and makes an attractive window box plant. I paired mine with oregano and they were lovely together. Catnip also grows fine in well draining containers, so if you want to keep your cats(or your neighbor's cats) out of it, put it in a hanging basket. It will trail over nicely.
Since I read this, I wanted to make myself a hanging catnip plant. I bought three small catnips from Lowes, and planted them all together in the same pot. This pot has hooks, so I can put my macrame hanger on it. I really think it will be pretty hanging from my porch area, but I have a question first. I took this picture to give an idea of what it presently looks like...