• Agastache 'Bolero'

    Agastache 'Bolero'

    For a seemingly endless show of color and scent in the sunny garden, you cannot improve upon 'Bolero.' This cultivar is a combination of native southwestern American species, bringing all the easy care and pest resistance of traditional Agastache into your garden in a new longer-blooming, boldly colored form.The show begins in spring, when the new foliage emerges a deep shade of bronze. Licorice scented, it is very lush on compact plants. By midsummer the plants are topped with rosy-purple blooms that attract every honeybee, butterfly, and hummingbird in the neighborhood. Deer, slugs, and other nibblers leave this aromatic plant…

  • Agastache 'Rose Mint'

    Agastache 'Rose Mint'

    What a gift Agastache is to the garden, with its aromatic foliage and tall, carefree bloom spikes that signal welcome to all butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds! This new variety improves on older ones by offering a more compact habit and adding dark burgundy stems to the color play of lavender blooms and grayish foliage. You will love it in the sunny garden or large containers.'Rose Mint' packs more color into every inch, flowering all summer (and into autumn in warm climates). The lavender blooms look darker than they really are, thanks to their standout stems, with florets tightly packed along…

  • Agastache a. 'Raspberry Daiquiri'

    Agastache a. 'Raspberry Daiquiri'

    Vibrant raspberry-red spikes add unusual beauty to front borders and containers. The lanced foliage contributes rich fragrance and visual interest to this unusual flower. Will over winter in milder areas. Z5-10. 8-10in.

  • Agastache anisata

    Agastache anisata

    Silvery-green foliage bears the unmistakable scent of aniseed. Blue flower spikes appear during summer. Bees, butterflies and goldfinches love it! Z6-10. 36in. Germination: 14-30 days, 60-70F. Well-drained soil.

  • Agastache Astello Indigo

    Agastache Astello Indigo

    This item will not be available to ship until. We apologize for any inconvenience.At last, an Agastache you can grow in flowerpots on the patio! Astello Indigo is just about the most exciting breakthrough in the Hummingbird Mint family yet, and it's got the award to prove it -- Europe's coveted Fleuroselect Gold Medal!This beautiful deep blue Hummingbird Mint is just 20 inches high and 14 inches wide, yet it covers itself in tall spikes from midsummer through mid-fall. Wonderfully mint-scented and irresistible to butterflies and bees, the spikes are very long-lasting, ideal for display in the garden or in…

  • Agastache aurantiaca 'Apricot Sprite'

    Agastache aurantiaca 'Apricot Sprite'

    A staggering display of apricot spikes erupt like flames from lanced, richly fragrant foliage. Dwarf, very quickgrowing plants, attractive to hummingbirds. 60-70F. Well-drained soil. 15-18in.

  • Agastache aurantiaca 'Fragrant Mixed'

    Agastache aurantiaca 'Fragrant Mixed'

    A staggering display of tall, vibrant spikes of tasseled florets erupts like flames from the lanced, richly fragrant foliage. Very quick and easy to grow, adding height and a delightful perfume, enhancing your borders or large containers. Germination: 14-30 days, 60-70F. Well-drained soil. Z7-10. 20-24in.

  • Agastache cana

    Agastache cana

    Choice border plant! Quick to establish, producing many branched stems with dense spikes of rosy-pink and wonderful aromatic foliage. Z5-10. 36in.

  • Agastache Golden Jubilee

    Agastache Golden Jubilee

    Agastache has never had it so good! Golden Jubilee sports deep yellow to chartreuse foliage, a heavenly mint scent, and big purple bloomspikes from midsummer into fall. Best of all, it blooms the first year from seed! No wonder this humble American native plant was considered worthy to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee. It's pure royalty in a down-home package!The foliage keeps its unique color all season, and will come true from seed -- no green variations! Wonderfully redolent of licorice, it perfumes the entire garden over a long season. Hot weather intensifies the scent, turning your backyard into…

  • Agastache hybrida 'Astello Indigo'

    Agastache hybrida 'Astello Indigo'

    Both your garden and kitchen benefit from these intriguing indigo-colored blooms. Flavored like licorice, their fragrant, stately spikes atop dark green foliage are ideal for adding a hint of anise flavor to cakes. Showcase them in containers or in borders, where their minty fragrance attracts bees and hummingbirds. First-year flowering! Germination: 14-30 days, 60-70F. Well-drained soil. Z6-9. 20-24in.

  • Agastache-Fragrant Delight

    Agastache-Fragrant Delight

    Agastache aurantiaca A kaleidoscope of brilliant colors brings plantings to life with this beneficial insect and hummingbird-attracting plant. The blend of raspberry, lilac, and orange blossom spikes rise to 24 inches from highly aromatic foliage. Upright plants supply a lasting flourish of summer color in containers, mixed beds, and borders. Hardy in zones 7-10. Germination code: (1)

  • Apricot Sprite Agastache aurantiaca Hyssop Plant

    Apricot Sprite Agastache aurantiaca Hyssop Plant

    No sunny flower border is complete without splendid 'Apricot Sprite', a long-blooming treasure filled with fragrance, soft color, and interesting texture. Its bicolor blooms of peachy apricot flute outwards on long, slender stems, attracting butterflies as well as hummingbirds, and the fresh anise scent of the grayish-green foliage intensifies in the summer heat. A splendid perennial!Just 2 feet high (in bloom) and somewhat less wide, this is an erect, bushy plant with dozens of flowering stems. They begin setting blooms in early summer and continue well into late summer in most climates, especially if the first flowers are cut promptly.…