Origin of catmint
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I shall have to chew a lot of catmint and roll in it before I feel like myself again.
It was many days before I visited that catmint bed again, for it rained very hard.
After this I had to bear jeers and scoffs; but I would not give up my principles nor yet my catmint bed.
They made me catmint tea, and rubbed it on their hands so I could smell of it, and never left me alone.
He wrote word that he had planted a large grove of catmint for me, and had called it "Daisy's Plantation."
- a Eurasian plant, Nepeta cataria, having spikes of purple-spotted white flowers and scented leaves of which cats are fond: family Lamiaeae (labiates)Also called: catnip