CJGODESS101 - that is hilarious. I can just see the looks on their faces.
Your plants will grow back. Catnip used to grow wild in my sisters driveway. I never gave my cats the whole plant but I would snip off a few stems and they would roll around in it for a long time. The plant would refresh itself fairly quickly.
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7/9/14 12:29 P
I'm sure it will come right back. I had planted cat nip in pots about 2 years ago, then when I emptied out my pots at the end of the season, I just threw the dirt and the left over plants off my deck. I was went down under my deck last week because the cats kept coming into the house with green all over their faces, and there are a bunch of cat nip plants. Go figure, I now have enough cat nip to supply my entire neighborhood.
7/9/14 11:01 A
We had a crazy weird storm last night. I was expecting to come out and find my plants all dead.
It should recover quickly. Don't despair, kitties!
Edited by: QUEEN-EYDIE at: 7/9/2014 (08:51)
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2,545 7/9/14 1:03 A
I shoveled out 6 inches of hail from the planters, so if the plants didn't freeze they might grow back.
The plants stand a better chance outside in a hail storm then they do inside with 6 cats! The planters on wheels so I occasionally bring one in for them to play with. A 3 foot high and 3 foot wide plant is stripped bare in 30 minutes. Happy kitties= destroyed plant!
Thanks everyone for the safe wishes. I staed home and inside. I've never seen hail blown sideways before.
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