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Catnip

CATNIP or CATMINT
Mepeta cataria Mint Family  Labiatae
June - October Infrequent Alien
Description: From 1.5 to 3 feet tall, Leaves are opposite jagged, arrow shaped, whitish beneath, stems are branching. Flowers are in clusters, crowded, white with pink spots. Minty smell attracted to cats, also used as a tea with sedative properties.

Location: waste places
 
 
Catnip
Catnip

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