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Catmint 'Walker's Low'

  • Scientific Name: Nepeta x faassenii 'Walker's Low'
  • Garden: Edibles and Herbs Garden
  • Plant Type: Herbaceous Perennials
  • Evergreen/Deciduous: Evergreen
  • Sun/Shade Exposure: Full Sun or Part Shade
  • Moisture Requirements: Moist, Well-Drained

Plant Information

For season long bloom look to Walker’s Low Catmint to become a colorful blue foliage perennial spanning the entire growing season. Morphology: This is a hardy perennial that grows to 2’ in height and 3’ in width. The grey-green foliage bears bluish-purple flowers from April through October. If one were to situate multiple plants in a row, catmint could become a sprawling fragrant hedge all summer long. This plant is highly attractive to bees, butterflies, and other pollinating insects. It should not be confused with catnip. It is also resistant to deer browsing. Adaptation: No specific site requirements. It can grow in either full sun or partial shade. Pests: None reported.

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NEFA Full GL (©2020 Gayla Low), NEFA Flower CM (©2021 Cheri Moland), NEFA Leaf DF (©2020 Dan Freedman), NEFA Stem PB (©2020 Patricia Babbitt)