The Q&A Archives: Catnip Blooms

Question: Should my catnip have blooms at the top of the plant?

Answer: Catnip (Nepeta) does produce blossoms if it's grown in a sunny spot. If you leave the flowers alone they'll set seed and reseed the area. Or you can cut the flower stems off the plants if you don't like their appearance.

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