Scientific Name : Nepeta x faassenii
Common Name : Catmint
Hardiness Zone : 3a - 8b
Hardiness Degree : -40°F (-40°C)
Blooming Season : Late Spring, Summer, Late Summer
Plant Habit : Mounded, Upright
Characteristics : Attracts Butterflies, Scented Foliage, Heat Tolerant
Water : Light
Fertilizer : None or when needed only
Spacing : 3 - 6" (8 - 15cm)
Height : 24 - 30" (61 - 76cm)
Width : 10 - 12" (25 - 30cm)
Exposure : Sun
General Information : A profusion of flowers complements fragrant silver leaves and attracts butterflies. Lovely in the herb or flower garden, planted with yarrow and verbena. Shear in midsummer to shape and promote reblooming. The longest flowering of the catmints.
Idea & Tips : Grow in any well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade.
Grower Information : One of the longest-flowering Catmints. Profuse, blue-purple flowers complement fragrant, silver leaves. Compact mounds spread to 24 in. (61 cm) wide.