Bees like catnip, but everyone knows cats love it, the fresher the better. If you try to grow some for them, they’ll eat the plants right to the ground if you let them. So we don’t let them.
The catnip grows in a cage made of a aquatic plant basket with some windows broken out. It’s been set in a collar of concrete so the cats can’t knock it over. That way the cats only eat the parts that grow out of the cage. Or roll on it. Or buff it with their heads. And then go nuts and take a long-shot charge at a mourning dove.