• 'Purrsian Blue' Nepeta Plant

    'Purrsian Blue' Nepeta Plant

    Plant Patent Applied For.Love Catmint but hate the flop?! 'Purrsian Blue' is the solution! This dense, heavily floriferous new variety offers "flop-proof" color all summer long in a neat, tidy habit!Naturally rounded, this fragrant little plant covers itself in bright blue blooms from the first hint of warm summer weather until autumn arrives. The flowers themselves are periwinkle-blue, surrounded by a darker violet calyx. Showy, intensely bright, and so profuse, they really pop in the perennial border or herb garden!'Purrsian Blue' reaches just 16 to 18 inches high, and spreads 24 to 28 inches wide in the sunny garden or…

  • Graham Blandy Buxus Boxwood Shrub

    Graham Blandy Buxus Boxwood Shrub

    As narrow as a phone pole but not nearly as high, this fast-growing American Boxwood is just what you're looking for in low-maintenance, evergreen color! It makes a great hedge, specimen, windbreak, or privacy screen, putting up with everything from poor soil to drought. Even the deer decline to nibble!Graham Blandy is never more than 2 feet wide, and after a decade or more of growth is just about 6 feet high. (Eventually it tops out at 10 to 12 feet.) It thrives in full sun to partial shade, and doesn't mind soil that's dry or just poor. Give it…

  • Little Trudy® Nepeta Catmint Plant

    Little Trudy® Nepeta Catmint Plant

    Plant Patent 18,904. Cultivar name: 'Psfike'. As delightful an herb as Catmint can be, there are times when we wish it were a bit more compact and less rangy. The foliage is the interesting part for cats -- snap the stems and they go wild! -- but the blooms appeal more to gardeners, not to mention to the bees and butterflies. Well, Little Trudy® has come along to satisfy all our needs. It's compact, very floriferous, and long-blooming. The perfect Catmint!This dwarf variety reaches just 10 to 12 inches high and spreads to 18 inches wide, every bit of it…

    Plant Patent 18,904. Cultivar name: 'Psfike'. As delightful an herb as Catmint can be, there are times when we wish it were a bit more compact and less rangy. The foliage is the interesting part for cats -- snap the stems and they go wild! -- but the blooms appeal more to gardeners, not to mention to the bees and butterflies. Well, Little Trudy® has come along to satisfy all our needs. It's compact, very floriferous, and long-blooming. The perfect Catmint!This dwarf variety reaches just 10 to 12 inches high and spreads to 18 inches wide, every bit of it…

  • Nepeta nervosa 'Blue Moon'

    Nepeta nervosa 'Blue Moon'

    A neat, dwarf, bushy habit with large, dense blue flower spikes over a very long period. Quick to flower: 12-16 weeks from an April sowing. Ideal for borders and containers. Germination: 7-21 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. Z5-9. 12-16 in. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.

  • Walker's Low Nepeta Catmint Plant

    Walker's Low Nepeta Catmint Plant

    Cats won't bother this delightful Catmint, but everyone else in the garden simply won't be able to leave it alone! The foliage (a soft gray-green, very pleasing) is highly aromatic, while the large lavender-blue blossoms, topping the leaves on tall, crowded stakes, arise heavily from late spring through midsummer, then reappear for a second heavy bloom in autumn!When not in bloom, 'Walker's Low' is just 10 inches high, a compact and very attractive plant. Cut it back several times during its first bloom season for a denser, bushier growth and quicker reflowering. Resistant to drought and highly adaptable to a…