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Anise hyssop , Agastache foeniculum

Anise Hyssop

  • Anise Hyssop grows up to 1.2 m tall.

    Lots of spikes of lavender flowers bloom between June and September. The leaves are fragrant when cryshed, reminding of liquorice and can be used as tea or eaten raw. 


    Bee magnet! Butterflies, skippers and even moths at night also visit the flowers. The seeds feed songbirds in winter. 

    Growing conditions:

    Full sun to part sun. Very adaptable to various soil types, medium to dry soil conditions, drought tolerant once established. 

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