Zone 6,7,8,9 Agastache 'Blue Boa' PPAF Common Name: “Hyssop” is an amazingly showy new Agastache from Terra Nova Nurseries. The beautiful deep-violet spikes are thick, long and super showy.. Agastache perennial plants bloom all summer long in full sun and require moderate-to-dry soil.
This Agastache boasts wonderfully spicy, licorice scented foliage. The beautiful blue, spiky blooms are long-lasting and the Blue Fortune is perfect for planting in a border or container. Also known as Anise Hyssop or Hummingbird Mint. (Agastache)Deer Resistant Fragrant Cut Flowers Extended Blooms Dried Flowers Dried Flowers Full Sun Mature Plant Size 24-36" tall, 18-20" wide Bloom Time Mid summer to early fall
~Herbal Notes~ | Reformation Acres. -- Agastache 'Blue Fortune' is a perennial with a long lasting bloom - the soft blue flowers are beautiful and attract bees all summer long starting in July and lasting well into September in our CT planting zones. This is a great thriller in container gardens and why a must have, Cathy T
This Agastache boasts wonderfully spicy, licorice scented foliage. The beautiful blue, spiky blooms are long-lasting and the Blue Fortune is perfect for planting in a border or container. Also known as Anise Hyssop or Hummingbird Mint. (Agastache)
Agastache ‘Blue Fortune’ Today's Photo Features the Great Pollinator Favorite, 'Blue Fortune' Anise Hyssop (Agastache 'Blue Fortune'). This Long-Flowering Perennial Plant Blooms from Mid-Summer to Fall and Requires no Deadheading. Attracts Hummingbirds, Butterflies and Bees and is Fantastically Low Maintenance & Easy to Please. Can You Believe It's also Deer Resistant?!? What a Plant ;)
Agastache Blue Fortune Over 5+ months of continuous blooms 100's of fragrant blue-lavender flowers Thrives in heat, drought & humidity Attracts dozens of butterflies Deer Proof Sun Perennial! View All Drought Proof Plants Zone 5,6,7,8,9, Blooms Early Summer - Fall 36" X 24"
Anise Hyssop. 10 cent lowe's after season "dead" plant. Came back beautifully. Low care. Butterflies, bees, and finches LOVE it. Smells minty when stepped on/broken. Just kept on making flowers. Supposed to fertilize after flowering so next seasons blooms look good. Well draining soil. Perennial.