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Agastache foeniculum (Anise Hyssop)

Agastache foeniculum (Anise Hyssop)
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Anise Hyssop has very showy flowers, fragrant foliage and seems to be of little interest to deer. It self seeds readily and often blooms the first year. New seedlings are hardy and can be transplanted easily. It's a bee, hummingbird, and butterfly magnet and makes an excellent addition to herb gardens, borders, perennial gardens, and prairies. When the leaves of the Anise Hyssop are crushed they smell like licorice and have been used to make tea and cold remedies.  Other common names in use: Lavender Hyssop or Blue Giant Hyssop.

Seeds / Packet: 1000
Seeds / Ounce: 90,000

Potted plants come in a tray of 38 plants and ship mid-May through late-June. Click here if you prefer to mix/match up to 6 species in a tray.
Details
Catalog Number AGA02F
Germination Code C(30), D
USDA Zones 3-8
Plant Spacing 16"
Sun Exposure Prairie  Savanna 
Soil Moisture Mesic (Medium)  Dry Mesic 
Height 3 feet 
Bloom Color Purple 
Bloom Time June  July  Aug  Sept 
Plant Type Wildflowers (Forbs) 
Availability Seeds  Pots 
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1/8 oz. $3.00
1/4 oz. $4.00
1/2 oz. $6.50
1 oz. $10.00
1 lb. $150.00
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Agastache foeniculum (Anise Hyssop)
*This map shows the current natural distribution of this species. Given appropriate habitat and climate, native plants can be grown outside their range.
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Present in state Present in county, native to state Present in county, not native to state  
Not present in state Present historically, now extirpated    
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