Stachys minima

Stachys minima

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Plant Description

Absolutely the most floriferous Stachys we have ever seen. Pink-purple flowers bloom on 4-6 inch spikes in June and July. Forms a dense mound of dark, glossy green foliage. Very much like its cousin, 'Hummelo', it is smaller in size but huge in the flower department. Well-drained soil.


  • Light: Full Sun
  • Height: 3-6"
  • Spread: 15-18"
  • Zones: 4-8
  • Butterflies: YES
  • Hummingbirds: YES
  • Deer-Resistant: YES

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