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Catmint is one of the toughest perennials you can grow. It's a proven performer during hot, dry weather, and the silvery foliage and blue flowers look great most of the season. Deadhead or cut back hard after first flush of bloom to encourage more flowers. Average, well-drained soil is usually sufficient. Tall types may need gentle staking; it sometimes seeds freely.
As you might guess from the common name, catmint is a favorite of cats. They'll often roll around in the plants in delight.
Part Sun, Sun
Under 6 inches to 3 feet
12-24 inches wide