Nepeta Racemosa (Catmint) 'walker's low' plants are mounded and bushy in habit, with small grey-green fragrant leaves. Masses of bright-blue flowers appear on short spikes in early summer, continuing on and off through the fall if the old flowers are regularly removed. Despite the name, this is best in the middle of a border because of its mid-sized stature. The "low" in it's name refers to open grassy lands in the UK, not the size of the plant. Drought tolerant, once established. Flowers are attractive to butterflies. 1 gal

Catmint- 'walkers low'

  • Full sun