Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
This excellent variety would be an ideal substitute for a lavender hedge in soils where lavender does not thrive. It was a new introduction in 2013, launched at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
NEPETA kubanica has unusually large flowers for a catmint. From mid to late summer it produces tall and plump flowerspikes of deep purplish blue blooms
Tall spikes full of numerous tiny pale lilac flowers with an aromatic scent appears above blue green foliage. This foliage contrasts well with the flowers and it's dark stems.
This perennial has beautiful large, lilac blue flowers that appear above grey foliage. Do not be fooled by the name! This is named after a place in Yorkshire where 'Low' means a 'hill'.
This Nepeta has distinctive large, bronze tinged leaves which act as the perfect foil for the large pink flowers.