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Neoeta Faassenii

Catmint
Scientific NameNeoeta Faassenii
Common NameCatmint
FamilyLamiaceae
HabitHerbaceous perennial
Growth FormGround Cover
Mature Size15″ tall, 18″ wide
FlowersBlue or purple flowers from late spring to summer
HardinessZones 4-9
Sun RequirementsFull Sun
Water RequirementsWaterwise
Soil RequirementsSandy, well-draining soil
Other InfoAttracts Butterflies
Pollinator Friendly
Deer Resistant
Rabbit Resistant
Extended Bloom Time
Additional PhotosCatmint