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Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'

Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant' forms mounds of silver-green foliage, and lilac-blue flower spikes from early summer. These nectar-rich blooms attract bees and pollinating insects, and cats adore the aromatic foliage. One of the most widely-grown Catmints, 'Six Hills Giant' is a tall…  More Info

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Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant'

Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant' forms mounds of silver-green foliage, and lilac-blue flower spikes from early summer. These nectar-rich blooms attract bees and pollinating insects, and cats adore the aromatic foliage. One of the most widely-grown Catmints, 'Six Hills Giant' is a tall…  More Info

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Nepeta cataria

No cat should be deprived of this! Their reaction to the aromatic silver grey foliage is fascinating. Flower spikes of violet spotted white. Culinary note: The strong, minty/spicy flavoured flowers can be used sparingly in pasta or rice dishes. For more details about edible flowers click…  More Info

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Nepeta nervosa 'Blue Moon'

A neat, dwarf, bushy, habit, with large dense blue flower spikes, over a very long period. Quick to flower in 12-16 weeks from an April sowing. Ideal for borders and containers. Height: 30-40cm (12-16in).  More Info

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Nepeta racemosa

Nepeta racemosa produces a mass of violet-purple flower spikes that cover the mid-green leaves from June to September. Its low, spreading habit lends itself particularly well to making good ground cover, as well as softening the edges of borders and paths. Aptly named Catmint, this…  More Info

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Nepeta nervosa 'Pink Candy'

Normal plants might engage the senses of sight, smell and touch, but this variety of Nepeta nervosa goes one step further: the candyfloss colour of its 'Pink Candy' blooms is sure to get your taste buds tingling. These flowers appear against a backdrop of compact, grey-green foliage…  More Info

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