Nepeta faassenii 'Six Hills Giant'
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This is a compact, ground covering border or edging plant with fragrant foliage and profuse blooms. The foliage is a soft grey-green. The flowers are held well above the foliage in summer-time. They will prefer full sun and will tolerate dry soil.
How to propagate Catmint
You can propagate by division in spring.
Stem-tip or softwood cuttings in spring or summer, species only by seed in autumn.
Other uses of Catmint
Walls, rock garden, ground cover, edging, border, fragrance Spring/Autumn interest.