Different in habit from the low, edging types of Catmint, this species forms a bushy, upright mound of fragrant, glossy green leaves. Clusters of tubular bright-pink flowers appear through the summer. A good mid-border selection, also excellent in containers. Flowers are nice for cutting. Clumps may be pruned back hard in July to rejuvenate the foliage and encourage repeat flowering in the autumn.
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