Last year I planted one pot of Walker's Low Catmint in my "prairie pollinator garden". http://www.bluestoneperennials.com/b/bp/NEWLS.html I had purchased it because I saw honey bees working it at the garden store. In my own yard, it has to be my bees favorite nectar source to work. Also, this plant was only supposed to get about 24 inches wide and I would say it's gone beyond that to about 4 feet. It is also in some of the worst clay soil in full sun next to the street and driveway, aka the hell strip. This plant has been in bloom for at least 3 maybe 4 weeks already. Since our bee club's educational day is coming up this weekend and they are asking for items for a silent auction, I decided I would purchase another Walker's Low Catmint. I'm going to put it in a pretty pot, I have on hand, with a description of how my bees love to work it. I think that will make a great item for auction. I also have a pair of yellow garden gloves and a matching trowel I think I will add to the package. The proceeds from the silent auction will fund youth scholarships next year. The scholarships provide the hardware, bee packages, bee suits etc. plus a mentor for the first year for selected applicants.