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A long-lasting and vibrant bloomer, 'Tango' Hyssop produces tubular, fiery orange flowers that attract butterflies, hummingbirds and bees to the garden. Blooming from early summer in...
Agastache Bolero attract hummingbirds and butterflies to the garden, with its pink spike like flowers. Its drought tolerant once established and blooms from early summer to fall. ...
Agastache plants bring hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies to your garden with their tall spikes of long-lasting, tubular blooms. Also known as Hummingbird Mint and Anise Hyssop, these versatile perennials are excellent for borders and container plantings, either in full or part sun. They grow best in well-drained soils, and once established are considered to be both drought and heat tolerant. Agastache leaves have a bold, aromatic scent, which makes them great for bouquets.