The Catmint ‘Six Hills Giant’, Nepeta faasenii ‘Six Hills Giant’, is a vigorous clump-forming perennial with aromatic and light gray-green leaves.’Six Hills Giant’ has large growing flower stems with spike-like lavender-blue flowers 24 to 36 inches long blooming throughout summer. It is best to trim spent blossoms after flowering to induce a second bloom.A sun lover, ‘Six Hills Giant’ is a perfect companion with roses, ornamental grasses, herb gardens, and the mixed border.It thrives in well-drained soil of low to average fertility. This catmint is highly versatile and can be placed from the front to back of the garden.This plant is often mistaken for lavender.Cut this plant back to the ground in late winter or very early spring.* Attracts butterflies* Attracts hummingbirds* Deer resistant.
The Catmint ‘Little Titch’, ‘Nepeta ‘Little Titch’, is one of the smallest in the Catmint family. With a bloom time of May through September, it is more upright and compact than many on the market today.’Little Titch’ requires full sun and will tolerate morning shade. It has a plant height of 8-10″ and a plant spread of 12-15″.The abundant lavender blue flowers have light fragrances with mid-green leaves.Use ‘Little Titch’ in front of border, as an edging plant, or in rock gardens.This Nepeta is drought and seaside tolerant and attracts hummingbirds.For best results, deadhead after each bloom time. This plant was discovered at Four Seasons Perennials in Great Britain.This plant may also be known by its common name, Persian catmint.* Long bloom season* Gray-green foliage* Dwarf catmint plant.
The Catmint ‘Sweet Dreams’, ‘Nepeta ‘Sweet Dreams’, is distinguished by its eye catching dark burgundy floral bracts and large deep green leaves.This Nepeta prefers moderate shade with moist soil, as it was found growing on shady, mountainous rocks in the cliffs of Japan.With a plant height of 18″ and a width of 24-36″, is has clear pink flowers that bloom from July to September.For best re-blooming results, deadhead after each bloom time.’Sweet Dreams’ can be used as a border plant and in mass plantings.Cut this plant back to the ground in late winter or very early spring.* Attracts butterflies* Attracts hummingbirds* Deer resistant.
Pretty And HardyWalkers Low Catmint, Nepeta x faassenii ‘Walker’s Low’, is an ornamental perennial with fragrant leaves and adorable flowers. Plant several as a backdrop in the perennial bed, or a few in patio containers to delight your furry friends.This is a two foot tall herbaceous perennial, with a three foot spread. The oval leaves are aromatic with a dusty, grey-green appearance. If you crush one in your hand you’ll easily note the minty scent.Many people love to bring some inside for a homemade potpourri. Some attribute the Walkers Low Catmint with medicinal purposes as well. As to cats, although this is a hybrid of the catmint that most cats love, many cats still find it enticing.Spring brings erect spikes of trumpet-shaped lavender flowers to your Catmint plant and you can expect those to continue to bloom throughout the summer and into autumn. Butterflies, bees and hummingbirds love it, so you’ll have a steady stream of visitors throughout the summer months.The Catmint is a hardy plant, tolerating many soil conditions. Some people say it’s actually hard to kill, so you can’t go wrong! Sheering it back will encourage further growth and flowering, so you can easily keep it within your desired confines.Whether for its ornamental, medicinal or animal-friendly purposes, you’ll love having several of these fun and fancy plants around.* Lavender Blooms Summer Through Autumn* Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies* Shade Tolerant and Hardy.