Six Hills Giant Catmint
The Catmint 'Six Hills Giant', Nepeta faasenii 'Six Hills Giant', is a vigorous clump-forming perennial with aromatic and light gray-green leaves.
'Six Hills Giant' has large growing flower stems with spike-like lavender-blue flowers 24 to 36 inches long blooming throughout summer. It is best to trim spent blossoms after flowering to induce a second bloom.
A sun lover, 'Six Hills Giant' is a perfect companion with roses, ornamental grasses, herb gardens, and the mixed border.
It thrives in well-drained soil of low to average fertility. This catmint is highly versatile and can be placed from the front to back of the garden.
This plant is often mistaken for lavender.
Cut this plant back to the ground in late winter or very early spring.
* Attracts butterflies
* Attracts hummingbirds
* Deer resistant
|Family||Nepeta faasenii 'Six Hills Giant'|
|Mature Height||24-36 inches|
|Mature Spread||36 nches|
|Mature Form||Rounded, compact|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun to Partial Shade|
|Flower Color||Lavender Blue|
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