Walkers Low Catmint - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by toshdiane
May 11, 2009
why doesn't home depot carry Walkers Low Catmint,2007 Perennial of the year?
Can you give me information on propagation of the WLC

Answer from NGA
May 11, 2009


Walker's Low has crinkled, aromatic, silver-green foliage. Although its name implies that it's a dwarf catmint, it grows to 36 inches in height and spreads from 30 to 36 inches. It is named for a garden, rather than for its habit.

Walker's Low is hardy in zones 3 to 8, and thrives in average, well-draining garden soil. Once established, the plant is drought- and salt-tolerant, and will have few pests or diseases.

This plant should be cultivated in a sunny site, but will tolerate some shade in hot climates. It will bloom almost continuously throughout the season, from May until frost, if pruned back by two-thirds when initial flowers fade. Walker's Low will be easy to propagate by division or cuttings for spreading elsewhere in the landscape. Division is the easiest method. Simply use a shovel to cut through the plant, taking some roots along with the tops and replant in a sunny spot.

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