Purrsian Blue Catmint

If you need a reason to buy the Purrsian Blue Catmint other than the name, there are plenty of others. It blooms from early summer to early fall, in a light blue hue.

It’s very drought resistant and can grow in some pretty terrible soils. You don ’t have to worry too much about rabbits and deer either. It does however require full sun, and it does prefer neutral to alkaline soils.

An easy grower, it will bring color and great smells to your property for a big part of the year. With a mature height of 18′ and a spread of 30′ it’s an amazing plant to add to your collection.

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