Nepeta 'Junior Walker'

A more compact, easier-to-contain variety than ‘Six Hills Giant’ but still a top ranking pollinator plant, stuffed with nectar. More
1 x 9cm plant 510999-1 £5.50 Delivery late February
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3 x 9cm plants 510999-3 £14.95 Delivery late February
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A more compact, easier-to-contain variety than ‘Six Hills Giant’ but still a top ranking pollinator plant, stuffed with nectar.

Clouds of bluey-mauve flowers form on silvery, aromatic foliage, blooming throughout the summer.

Genus Nepeta
Variety Junior Walker
Type Hardy Perennial
Common Name Catmint
Border Position Front
Soil Type Chalky, Neutral, Sandy
Scent Scented
Site Full Sun, Part Shade
Moisture Moist but Well-drained
Height 45cm (18in)
Spacing 30cm (12in)
Sowing, Seeds, Planting Plant out in spring , in well-drained soil.
Care Tips Cut back after flowering to promote new growth.
Flowering June - September
Vase Life Sear the stem ends in boiling water for 15 seconds.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
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Delivery

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Nepeta 'Junior Walker' reviews

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Reviewed 21st November 2018 by Anne-Marie

Has grown well but not as fast as the fuschia

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Reviewed 14th November 2018 by Diane

Love this and so do the bees

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Carol

These plants are still flowering, but haven't grown very well, which I put down to the strange weather. I hope they will i.prove next year