Walkers's Low Catmint is actually the tallest form of Catmint in our garden. The name actually refers to a garden in England it was named for. Nevertheless we highly recommend this perennial for its drought tolerance and profusion of blue/purple blooms in spring that pollinators such as bumblebees love. Shear it back after it blooms and it will rebloom. Very easy to care for, it needs only cutting back in the spring and occasional dividing to maintain size. It is long lived in the garden and with sterile seeds, will not become invasive or spread where you don't want it. An all around stellar performer in the garden.

Size: 18"-36" tall x 24"-36" wide
Light: Sun - Part Sun
USDA Zone: 4a-9b