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Catmints add a lovely, soft, floppy, gentle touch to cottage gardens. Nepeta racemosa ‘Walker’s Low’ bears deep violet blooms in contrast with fresh green leaves. Its flowers are popular with bees and other pollinators, and its leaves are used as a caterpillar foodplant by the mint moth, Pyrausta aurata.

Like many catmints, ‘Walker’s Low’ may prove appealing to cats, though if they eat an excessive amount of the foliage it can give them an upset stomach.

Grow Nepeta racemosa ‘Walker’s Low’ in well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Chop the flowering stems back after the first flush of blooms, to encourage a second flush of blooms. Divide congested clumps in spring or autumn.

Nepeta racemosa Walker's Low 2ltr

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