Purple Spike Flowers at Cornerstone Garden-2011

19 May

Catnip or the Botanical Name, Nepeta, “Walkers Low” gives you 3 months of beautiful light purple spiked blooms.

Catnip or Nepeta ” Walkers Low” has 3 months of blooms, drought tolerate, salt tolerate (meaning a great beach property plant), deer and rabbit tolerate and also attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. We have 1 gallon plants for only $6.

The foliage is extremely aromatic and works well in herb gardens, rock gardens or butterfly gardens towards the front of the border. Every cottage style gardens would benefit from such a great perennial.

Happy Planting!

Cornerstone Garden by DianaDigsDirtĀ  414-B State Street Greensboro, NC


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2 responses to “Purple Spike Flowers at Cornerstone Garden-2011

  1. Paula

    June 4, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    Diane. I came by on Fri. I bought 2 Clematis. You gave me a cutting. The winecup is Callirhoe involucrata. I am going to try rooting the cutting with hormone & in water. Thanks.
    Haven’t planted either climatic yet.
    Will be in touch or Debbie Fruend our garden club program chair. will contact you


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