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Walker's Low Nepeta (Catmint)
  • Growing Zones: 3-8
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    Mature Height: 2-3 ft.
    Mature Width: 2-3 ft.
    Sunlight: Full to Partial
    Blooms: Late spring to late summer
    Spacing: 3 ft.
    Botanical: Nepeta racemosa 'Walker's Low'
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    Plant Size Quart Pots

    Walker's Low Nepeta (Catmint)

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    Get 3 Months of the Most Fragrant Blooms

    • Enjoy three months of fragrant blooms- smells like mint!
    • Extremely drought-tolerant
    • Excellent at repelling deer!

    Popular in High-End Neighborhoods
    Landscapers love adding these plants in groups around patios. In fact, you often see them in corners or lining walls to add color and fragrance.

    Amazing Fragrance
    The blooms burst in late spring when you see a carpet of lavender-blue flowers that give a minty fragrance that you can smell from a distance. These flowers last all through the summer!

    Amazing at Repelling Deer!
    The minty fragrance smells great, but deer can't stand it! That's why they keep their distance from these plants. If you want to repel deer, plant Walker's Low Nepeta around the border of your yard. It's like an invisible fence!

    Low Maintenance and Easy to Grow
    These plants love the sun, so don't worry about planting in areas that don't get much shade. They're extremely drought tolerant, too. It will certainly attract your eye in the garden as well as some butterflies and maybe even a hummingbird!

    Looks Great Anywhere!
    These pretty blooms come on a plant that is as tough as nails and incredibly easy to grow in zones 3 through 8. It thrives in dry and rocky spots where nothing else seems to grow. It needs little care and will accept nearly any soil. It likes full to part sun but in especially hot climates, give it a little afternoon shade to keep it from scorching.

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