Catmint - Walker’s Low
Nepeta x faassenii, Walker’s Low
Catmint produces numerous light blue flowers on long stems. Leaves are silvery green, aromatic, and preserve well by drying. Catmint works well as ground cover. Catmint will grow well in average to dry soil types, prefers full sun, and is deer resistant. It grows vigorously and attracts butterflies, hummingbirds, and beneficial pollinators.
Salt and drought tolerant
Attracts beneficial pollinators
Aromatic foliage, dries well
Height: 18 in.
Bloom color: Blue
Bloom time: Summer
Foliage: Silvery gray green, aromatic
Soil type: average, dry; salt and drought tolerant
USDA Hardiness Zone: 5