40- 60 cm The violet-blue flowers accent aromatic grey-green foliage. Long blooming season. Said to be rabbit resistant? Best in a sunny position. I consider this as the best Nepeta for display.
This catmint originates from the open, grassy slopes, often by streams and lakes, of the Himalayas of Pakistan and Kashmir N. clarkei forms large, upright clumps of foliage, it bears in summer 15cm whorled spikes of pure blue (not purplish) flowers with an attractive,...
Erect stems of soft yellow flowers and light green foliage. Jan-feb flowering. 90cm x 40cm. Part shade. Likes a cool position and well drained soil.. Often mistaken for a salvia rather than a catmint. 11x11x12pp Few.
80cm Grows easily in a sunny position. The leaves are smaller and the tall stems branch freely into good spikes of lilac-white flowers that appear pink.FEW LEFT
Greek Catmint is a large and beautiful catmint said to grow to 1.8m but with us it has only ever reached approx 80cm. Thick strong stems with fragrant leaves and long spikes of purple-blue flowers in summer and autumn. Few available now PB2
A low spreading catmint. Good edging plant for paths and borders. The earliest to bloom of our catmints with violet-purple flowers. A good bee plant. 30 x 45 cm . Sorry no photo