Meehan's Mint

Meehan's Mint

 

Low growing perennial rewards in several ways. Long trailing stems root as they run across the ground and display a luscious mat of green. In late spring hundreds of flowers open to obscure the foliage with majestic blaze of blue.

 

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Meehania cordata

 

Lavender-blue

 

Zone 5 -10 to -20°F

 

Tubular shaped flowers with spotted throats

 

Late Spring - Early Summer

 

Rich lime green foliage in low-spreading habit

 

6-10" x 12-15"

 

Creeping

 

Rock gardens, dry slopes, flowering borders, containers, mixed plantings

 

Not fussy about soil needs

 

Morning Sun to Shade

 

Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

Usually trouble free if planted correctly in proper cultural conditions. For common ground cover problems and solutions, click here.

 

Usually trouble free if planted correctly in proper cultural conditions. For common ground cover problems and solutions, click here.

 

 
 
 
 
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