Perennial of the Year – 2007

‘Walker’s Low’ – Nepata is the 2007 Perennial of the Year awarded by the Perennial Plant Association. This plant is hardy to Zone 3 – though not low in stature as the name implies, it will grow to 30 to 36 inches tall. It prefers full sun but can handle some shade. We have this plant here in our display gardens and it performs all summer long. We can cut it back and in a blink of an eye – it is back in full bloom – looking stunning. It’s low maintenance and disease free.

You can combine this with pink or yellow perennials such as Elfin Pink Penstemmon, Goldsturm Rudbekia, many of the yellow and pink daylilies, coreopsis, and the list goes on. We’ll have this perennial available along with the companion plants. Try this plant in your perennial bed – you won’t be disappointed.