Catmint. Sun/part shade; blooms
summer; valued for their long blooming period; fragrant
gray-green foliage; excellent plants that do well in heat
and drought. Deer and rabbit resistant.
faassenii. ‘Walker’s Low.’ Named
Perennial Plant of the Year’.
Masses of lavender blue flowers are produced in summer on
long, arching stems. Aromatic grey leaves. Grow 2-3’
tall. Excellent, low are plants that are tolerant of
considerable drought. Rabbit and deer resistant.
mussinnii ‘Blue Wonder.’
12-15"; lavender-blue 6" flower
spikes; spectacular ground cover; good edger. Designated a
Missouri Botanical Garden’s ‘Plant of Merit’.
yunnanensis ‘Blue Dragon.’ Huge
blue flowers which look like dragon heads close-up. Upright
and compact with large showy flowers. Excellent in a sunny
boarder or large container. Height 30-36”.
‘Little Trudy.’ Spikes of
lavender petals top compact, neat foliage that only grows
8-10” tall, and 12-16” wide. Wonderful to tuck into small
spots that need a splash of color. Shimmering silver
foliage is another one of its outstanding attributes.
Flourishes in full sun to partial shade and well-drained