Agastache – Anise hyssop
A beautiful native perennial. The bright blue tubular flowers help attract pollinators like bees and butterflies! This deer resistant perennial does best in well draining soils and has a fragrant lemon scent when brushed against or crushed.
Exposure: Full Sun
Size: Height- 2′-3′ Width- 2′
Bloom Time: Summer
– Native to the U.S., upper Midwest and Great Plains
– Dried leaves can be added to potpourri
– Genus name comes from the Greek words ‘agan’ meaning ‘very much’ and ‘stachys’ meaning an ear of wheat, in reference to the flower spikes.
Photo 1: Blue Fortune
Photo 2: Tango
Photo 3: Kudos Mandarin