A fancy catmint for you, big, bold, blue; it will flower fabulously in your garden beds. Likes it cool and a little bit shady, with extra water in dry spells. Will come through the coldest winters.Larger size plant to get your garden off to a fast start.
APPEARANCE : Bushy aromatic perennial with grey-green leaves and blue spires of flowers from mid-spring through to early autumn. Sterile, will not self-seed. USE IN: Cottage gardens, mixed borders, kitchen gardens to attract pollinators. LOCATION: Plant in well-drained soil of any kind, with dappled or part shade for some of the day. Absolutely cold hardy to arctic temperatures. CARE: Mulch and water regularly for the first 12 weeks until the plant establishes. Clip over after first flowering to promote a second flush, and fertilise using a slow release fertiliser. HEIGHT: 60cm H x 90cm W. YOUR PLANTS : These are larger than our usual tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot is 68 mm wide.