I didn't think my catnip sprouts would make it as long as they did- the biggest one was actually a three inch tall plant!- and today they all met their end upon Sterling's discovery of the psychedelic kitty corner of my garden (yes, I know catnip is not actually a psychedelic, but it certainly has a powerful effect on my beasties). When I went out to water this morning I discovered nothing but a crater, no doubt carved by Sterling's frenzied writhing in the dirt, where my catnip had briefly grown. The lamb's ears, marigolds, and onions around the crater were completely undamaged, not even a leaf out of place, but my catnip was no more. So I planted some nasturtium seeds there.
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