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Attractive to bees. Aromatic foliage. Sterile. Flowers July-October.
Hyssop, Mexican hyssop, Giant hyssop
Agastache genus (Hyssop). These are summer flowering, aromatic, upright perennials. The leaves are lance-shaped and have toothed edges. Flowers are produced in spikes of tubular, pink-white or purple blooms in mid summer to mid autumn.
The name Agastache is the Greek word for "many spikes" and refers to the flower.
They are fully hardy and will need fertile, well drained soil and full sun.
Grown for their aromatic leaves and flowers.