Posted: 04/10/2014 at 14:52
Taking my 'crazy cat lady' reputation to new heights and am planting some catnip for my furry monsters.
Seeds were late coming in from T&M (apparently they had to wait for a delivery) so I planted some at the end of August when I got them and have left them on a sunny windowsill. They've shooted well but not sure what to do with them now. Is it too late to put them outside? Was going to keep them pot-bound, as being a member of the mint family the shoots will no doubt spread if I put them into the ground.
Was thinking of just a window box for now - planting the shoots in that and leaving them outside? It's a sturdy enough plant to grow apparently - frost hardy anyway - but temperature is dropping here now so don't want to kill off the shoots either.
Any advice appreciated.