Nepeta siberica


Nepeta siberica bush in early spring

  Siberian Catmint with little lilac blooms.

The red stems and the blue-green leaves of Siberian Catmint smell lusciously like cinnamon. Not terribly  attractive to cats, but related to Catnip, Siberian Catmint blooms in early to mid spring. It dies back to the ground in winter but returns to delight each spring.

Siberian Catmint is sometimes included as one of the six plants in our  Zone 5-11 Fragrant Herb Garden Six Pack.

It also makes a fun addition to our Edible Flower Garden Six Pack.



Cultural Information

Height: 18 Inches 

Hardiness: Perennial
in Zones 4-11

Flower Color: Lilac 

Characteristics: Full Sun,
Water Conserving    

Uses: Butterfly,
Fragrant, Ornamental

We are not currently propagating this plant. This page has been left here for informational purposes.


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