Agastache Plants – Liquorice

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Herb plants for medicinal, culinary and other uses like natural insecticides and fertilisers (information provided where available).

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Agastache are a colourful option for our dry summer – Agastache come in different sizes, colours and varieties. Some will tolerate more moisture than others, but all have leaves and stems that give off a fantastic aroma reminiscent of mint with hints of.

Shining yellow flowers like large multi-petalled buttercups above dense mound of very fine-cut leaves. Hardy perennial, needs sun and drainage, may prefer neutral to acid soil.

Plant Primer: Hyssop ‘Kudos Gold’, hummingbird mint – Seeking another good hummingbird and butterfly plant? If so, hyssop ‘Kudos Gold’ (Agastache ‘Kudos Gold’) just might be the answer. This plant has a licorice/mint fragrance with medium-green, ovate le.

Shining yellow flowers like large multi-petalled buttercups above dense mound of very fine-cut leaves. Hardy perennial, needs sun and drainage, may prefer neutral to acid soil.

Korean licorice mint (Agastache rugosa) is also called purple giant hyssop and grows best in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 9. This bushy perennial herb reaches 48 inch.

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