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Growing Plants For Your Furry Felines

Laron

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Your furry felines have feelings; imagine growing plants just for them! But which leafy protrusions would provide happiness and benefit your precious pussy’s health? Here’s an article outlining thirteen different species of flora for you to consider growing in a pot in a sunny spot inside where they can reach the foliage: https://www.backyardcatenclosures.com.au/growing-cat-garden-plants-cat-will-love/

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Plants mentioned in the article

Parsley
Lemongrass
Catnip
Mint
Wheat or Oat Grass – Commonly called cat grass
Zinnias
Marigolds
Velerian
Thyme
Rosemary
Violas
Spider Plant
Silver Vine
 
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Laron

Laron

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I'm going to do this one day when I have a permanent home.
 

Linda

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You can grow a little pot of catnip, lemon grass, or parsley. You all can share the lemon grass and parsley, and catnip is supposed to be good as a mosquito repellant.
 

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