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The 2007 Perennial Plant of the Year
Nepeta “Walker’s Low”

This Can You Guess It?? Photo is featured in the April 2007 Nebline Newsletter

Nepeta “Walker’s Low”

The Perennial Plant Association has awarded the title of Perennial Plant of the Year to Nepeta ‘Walker’s Low’. Introduced in 1988 in Europe, Walker’s Low catmint has become increasingly popular with each passing year due to its lovely blue-violet flowers and its long bloom time, attractive grey-green foliage, ease of propagation, lack of pest or disease problems and low maintenance requirements.

To learn more, read the article in the April NEBLINE Newsletter HERE.

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