Think classical English countryside – neat round mounds of purple flower spikes next to your garden beds full of fragrant roses (we can dream, right?). Honestly though, catmint is a classic edging plant which only grows 30cm high and stays… well, round. Also to be noted for being long flowering and drought resistant ahhhh heavenly rays appear! And so will the bees, butterflies and cats to your garden. You decide if that’s a good thing or not you crazy cat lady!
Plant: September to May
Bloom: December to July
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