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Catmint 'Six Hills Giant'

Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'

Full Sun
Light watering
Frost Hardy

6a

USDA zone

-23°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

1m

Max

1m

50cm

Min

50cm

5 years to reach maturity

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

Catmint 'Six Hills Giant' Overview

There are about 200 species of summer-flowering perennials. They are rarely annuals. Some species have highly aromatic silver-grey foliage and are naturally compact while others tend to be taller growing plants and may benefit from staking.

Common problems with Catmint 'Six Hills Giant'

How to propagate Catmint 'Six Hills Giant'

Division

You can propagate by division in spring.

Cuttings

Stem-tip or softwood cuttings in spring or summer, species only by seed in autumn.

Seed