Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of catmint.

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Examples

  • Plants favored are wisteria, nasturtiums, morning glories twining through grapes, vines of all sorts such as CLEM-atis, roses, irises, lavenders, catmints, various fruits and vegetables, and others.

    LANDSCAPING 2009: THE TREND IS "FRENCH COUNTRY"

  • Hence, for PINK Knockout roses and catmints, tuck in a few coreopsis 'Moonbeam' directly between the roses and the catmints in an irregular manner.

    DOUBLE PINK KNOCKOUT ROSES FOR BEGINNERS

  • Should one chose to relax or sleep in one of the triangular spaces, below are beds of aromatic plants — lemon geraniums, lavenders, peppermints, catmints, etc. — to help you unwind.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Plant Yellow Knock Roses with its color complement and traditional companion, VIOLET catmints, such as "Walker's Low" or "Six Hills Giant" Work OFF-WHITE marigolds into the composition to complete the triad and to protect the roses in general.

    SUNNY YELLOW KNOCK OUT ROSES

  • In addition, tucking a few bulbs of garlic between the catmints and the marigolds will add even more protection against rose culprits.

    MARIGOLDS FOR ROSES

  • However, that shade actually combines well with pnks and reds and complements the violet of the catmints that should be growing alongside your roses.

    MARIGOLDS FOR ROSES

  • Cool-blue delphiniums, salvias, catmints and agapanthus shadow the warmer shades.

    The Seattle Times

  • You know how most catmints are gratifyingly long-blooming but topple over and sprawl partway through the summer?

    The Seattle Times

  • "That summer, they started replacing their lawn with perennials and wildflowers such as yarrows, salvias, catmints and coneflowers.

    Gardening Without a Sprinkler

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