Planting Powerhouse Perennials: 4 Varieties of Nepeta & 1 Coreopsis! 💪🌸🌿 // Garden Answer

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22 Replies to “Planting Powerhouse Perennials: 4 Varieties of Nepeta & 1 Coreopsis! 💪🌸🌿 // Garden Answer”

  1. Just planted some Purrssian Blue nepeta last year and I can't get enough of that color and shape!

  2. I can't get over how much you have gotten done on the new property in such a short amount of time. It all looks so good, and I can't wait to see what it looks like in 10 years

  3. Oh, your nepatas are gorgeous and strong. Here in Korea, it's hard to get nepeta. I could find only one kind of nepata seeds and germinated, but it's so weak. Maybe creeaping style? Nepata would be good with roses, too. Always thank you for your beautiful ideas.

  4. I'm happy your weather is great! Our heat has been ridiculous and so humid! We are way warmer this June than I've ever experienced before… 🙁

  5. Would love to know if y’all are going to try to do another bee hive again! Would love to watch you dabble in beekeeping.

  6. I really would like to get some cats pajamas, I really like that one. Plus being a 4b it should do alright her.

  7. Your garden looks so beautiful you guys, really coming along nicely. Thanks so much for showing us pruning ‘close ups’ Laura, they are really helpful. I don’t know what it is, but unless I actually see how pruning is done – rather than just read how to do it – I set off to prune something and it is never quite as simple as I think it is going to be. So thanks 🙏 again.

  8. So I finally broke down today and bought a Cat's Pajamas plant. It's in the ground looking beautiful. Would love to get the other smaller Nepeta too. It's so nice when you stop to show us plants that are coming along. I miss the garden tours that gave us the opportunity to follow along with a plants progress. It helps me to decide if a particular plant would be good for my garden. Looking forward to seeing the new plantings around the H. Greenhouse. ( Oh that beautiful Mulberry Tree Trunk).

  9. Have you ever cut yourself with your pruners? Thank you for doing what you do, this is a awesome channel!

  10. Anything in the mint family is well tough as a rock. That's why nepeta is so easy as a landscape plant

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  12. So happy to see the chicken coop area again! It's a favorite for me. I wanted to see how the Zephrine Drouhn roses did after the beautiful pruning and shaping you did. Wish we'd had a longer peek. Are there no chickens? I was also looking for my fluffy tan namesake and for you to throw them some treats. Send some rain south to Utah!

  13. My nepeta keeps falling over. Does that mean it needs divided. I have it tied up so that they stay in their flowerbed. I don’t know the variety but it gets about 36 inch tall

  14. This is the first year my gardens have seen the fruits of my labour and lessons from GA. While working out in the front beds, I have received five compliments so far this year! I owe it all to Laura and the knowledge I have gained from this channel. I think I need to create a good amount of space for PW Cat's Pyjamas! It seems like a powerhouse perennial.

  15. I can attest to nepeta attracting hummingbirds! I've watched them visit my Walker's Low nepeta in my garden 😊

  16. Here in the PNW, we sure are having a wet spring! I'll gladly take this rain over what we experienced last June in Seattle. The 117° temps are not welcome here! 😂

  17. Thanks for introducing us to different varieties of Nepeta. I like Neptune the best because the color is more intense.

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