Blue Cloud Calamint
|Soil Type||Adaptable, Well Drained|
|Mature Height||1 Foot|
|Mature Width||1-2 Feet|
Calamint is a hardy perennial herb similar to catmint. Blue Cloud Calamint is beautiful and aromatic. A perfect starter plant for the novice gardener, this plant is incredibly easy to grow and maintain. This herb tolerates poor soil, sandy, rocky, dry and salt condition and is pest, disease, and deer resistant! Yep, this little beauty is one tough plant! It even repels insects!
Delicate, blue-lavender flowers bloom from summer to fall. The fragrant, green leaves are attractive and dense and add fantastic texture to your garden or mixed bed. Blue Cloud Lesser Calamint adds a soft, romantic look to any landscape.
Calamintha nepeta 'Blue Cloud' is a dwarf Calamint that makes an attractive border or groundcover. For tons of blue-purple color and a light, lush look plant calamint in mass or clusters. Plant in a mixed bed to provide contrast to other perennials and shrubs. This perennial herb performs well in a planter. Just be sure the container drains well. Great for a rock, cottage, herb, or cutting garden, calamint is pretty and aromatic. Blue Cloud Nepeta is a compact Calamint at only 1 to 1.5 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide so it fits in just about anywhere! Plant this herb around roses and other plants that have a hard time with insects for natural pest control!
Blue Cloud Calamint is extremely low maintenance. This perennial thrives in full to part sun and is adaptable to any well-draining soil. Calamint is able to tolerate just about any condition. These plants can easily be grown in containers.
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What Are Good Companion Plants For This Shrub?
Daylilies, daisies and sunflowers do well paired in a mixed garden with calamint.
Where Should I Plant This Calamint?
Plant in a variety of well drained soils. Pick a spot with full sun to part shade exposure in grow zones 4-9.
When Does Calamint Bloom?
Expect blue lavender blooms on this perennial herb from June to September.
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