- Short Less than 12"
- Part Shade
- Flower Color:
- Blue, Purple
- Bloom Time:
- June, July, August
- Wildlife Interest:
- Deer/Rabbit Resistant
The Catmint ‘Little Titch’, ‘Nepeta ‘Little Titch’, is one of the smallest in the Catmint family. With a bloom time of May through September, it is more upright and compact than many on the market today.
‘Little Titch’ requires full sun and will tolerate morning shade. It has a plant height of 8-10″ and a plant spread of 12-15″.
The abundant lavender blue flowers have light fragrances with mid-green leaves.
Use ‘Little Titch’ in front of border, as an edging plant, or in rock gardens.
This Nepeta is drought and seaside tolerant and attracts hummingbirds.
For best results, deadhead after each bloom time. This plant was discovered at Four Seasons Perennials in Great Britain.
This plant may also be known by its common name, Persian catmint.
* Long bloom season
* Gray-green foliage
* Dwarf catmint plant