Addicted to Agastache, is it serious, doctor?
Originally from South America, the Mexican giant hyssop is a semi-hardy herb that has to be grown in pots or in the garden in temperate climates (maritime regions).
- Long flowering period throughout the summer and until late autumn.
- Joyful, bright colours with aromatic mint and lemon properties.
- Its flowers and leaves can be used in salads or herbal teas.
- And, above all, it has an exceptionally strong scent of mint/licorice that everyone will notice. What a delight!
Agastache mexicana 'Sangria' has long pink purple spike flowers.
Height: 90 cm. Grow in the sun in ordinary, well-drained soil and provide winter protection for regions with harsh winters. Use straw, fern fronds or dried leaves.
Hardiness: - 7°C.
- 12 cm pot
- Hardiness zones : zone 8-10
- Height: 70 to 100cm
- Plant spacing: 50 cm
- Flower colour: purple
- Flowering period: summer flowers
Profuse flowering with long blue-purple spikesfrom £3.99
With a touch of purplefrom £3.99
Orange Hummingbird Mint. Specially for sunny borders.from £2.29
Illumination for the garden£3.99
Unusual flowers for the Agastache genus: lilac pink flowers borne on strong pink-purple bottlebrush spikes.£3.99