Catmint is a long-blooming perennial… especially if you shear it back after the first bloom. Its lavender blue flowers blend well with the silvery foliage. A favorite of bees, it mixes well in an herb garden and at the front of a perennial border. A great perennial for beginners since it is so easy to grow. Deer and rabbit resistant. Drought tolerant.
Exposure: Sun, Part Sun
Bloom Time: Summer
- Walker’s Low: 30″H x up to 2’W. Zone 4.
- Angel’s Wings: 6″H x 15″W. Zone 5. Unique white variegated leaves with lavender flowers.