7 Plants That Will Thrive Under Any Conditions

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Catmint is a lovely flowering perennial that resembles lavender and is a close cousin of catnip. The plants grow anywhere between 1 and 3 feet tall, and it’s a great option if you need to fill in a few empty spots in your garden quickly.

As a result, you’ll get to enjoy long-lasting blooms in shades of purple and blue, but you can also find pink and white cultivars. And let’s not forget that it’s highly fragrant.

This plant usually blooms from the beginning of spring all the way to autumn without needing to be deadheaded, making it a no-muss, no-fuss option. Butterflies, bees, and even hummingbirds are attracted to Catmint’s lovely flowers.

Hardiness: Zones 3-8

Planting: Full sun to partial shade

Care: After their first main bloom, you can cut down the bunches to stimulate more flowering, but this is entirely optional. Also, you should divide it every few years to prevent it from extending too much.

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