It’s time to check up on my catnip garden! It’s spring, so it can grow really fast.
And… wow! It has grown a lot since we last saw it. It’s not even budding yet. I’d say it’s time for some pruning. It’s in desperate need of being cut back.
As you can see, I am very much involved in the pruning process.
The catnip branches were still soft, not at all woody, so my human was able to pinch off a bunch just with her fingers and fingernails. It didn’t take long for her to have a whole bouquet of catnip branches.
I’m quite pleased with the amount of catnip my human pruned from the plants. And now comes the most important part of my job.
Did I mention that quality control is also my most favorite part?
I think I can safely give this catnip my highest rating.
My human pruned off a great crop of early catnip, so I gave her a high five.
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