Agastache foeniculum
Uses: Culinary/Beverage Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 4-9)
When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall Ease of Germination: Easy
Anise-hyssop produces an abundance of purple flower spikes, rich in nectar that attracts honey bees, ultimately yielding a lightly fragranced honey. Perfect for pollinators and will bloom from summer to early fall! As a member of the mint family, leaves contain pleasantly scented mint-anise aromatic oils. The leaves can be brewed to create an uplifting tea or crushed to use as a culinary seasoning. Leaves can even be used as a breath freshener when chewed. Both the essential oil and leaves can can be used medicinally and aromatically. Roots are known to benefit chest ailments. Will self seed. Sow in well drained, moist, loam in full sun. Ht 40in (100cm). Spread 18in (45cm).
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Currency: United States Dollar

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