Plants That Thrive Next to Catmint

Homestead How-To


Roses are one of the most popular choices for fresh cut flowers and make a delightful addition to any garden.

Bee Balm

Bee balm is a win-win plant; it attracts butterflies, bees, and even hummingbirds and pairs well with catmint.


Planting small clumps of chives among catmint is a good way to keep pests at bay with their pungent aromas.


Thyme, a low-growing perennial herb, is a must-have in every vegetable garden. It thrives in similar growing conditions as catmint.


Sage is a low-maintenance perennial herb that deters cabbage moths, a troublesome insect that targets several vegetable crops.


Daylilies are a favorite in many gardens. They come in a spectrum of yellow shades, from light to deep golden.

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