Floppy catmint: train it or let it?
Last year I planted a catmint, Nepeta "Walkers Low". It bloomed beautifully and was very lush, but became rather sprawly. I had to put short stakes in all around to keep it from flopping over and smothering its neighbors.
I don't know if this is the normal habit for these. Would pinching early on help?
Alternatively, if I moved it a foot forward then it could flop forward onto a stone wall and not cover anyone else. It is hemmed in all around by blooming bulbs, so moving it would not be that easy. Right now it is about 2 inches tall.
Come to think of it, my house cat likes to flop down and sprawl too, but I have been able to train her to flop in the right places. And not by pinching her.