Outstanding mound of colors and aroma.
Aromatic, bright-green foliage is covered with terminal spikes of small, apricot- peach colored, tubular flowers, each emerging from a contrasting darker purple-pink calyx. Blooming nonstop from mid-summer until first frost. Agastache, commonly known as giant hyssop, is a genus native to North America. It is easily grown in average, well-drained soils, and good soil drainage is essential. Established plants will tolerate heat and dry soil. Agastache hybrids often have showier flowers and better winter hardiness than species plants. Hybrids typically bloom from mid-summer to fall. Flowers are attractive to bees, hummingbirds and butterflies. We recommend giant hyssop for planting in sunny borders, cottage gardens and butterfly gardens. U.S. Plant Patent # 25,886
Days to Maturity:
Mature Spread:26 – 32 IN
Mature Height:20 – 24 IN
Packet is:1 Plant