A compact Catmint offering masses of large, striking, purple-blue flowers on upright spikes the first year.
The foliage is mid-green and smells of mint.
Terrific for edging a border or growing along a pathway, just as good in containers.
Foliage has a delightful minty fragrance.
Easy and reliable, this does not spread around like regular mint.
In regions with hot and humid summers, benefits from a hard clip back in late July, to rejuvenate. Tolerates both dry and moist soils.