Plant of the Month: Agastache

Also known as Hyssop, these summer blooming perennials feature dark green leaves and spikes of bright flowers in shades of purple, pink, orange and yellow.  Agastache average 2 to 4 feet tall. Perfect for mass plantings, border, pollinator gardens and containers.


Full sun to part sun. Too much shade can result in reduced flowering.

Moist, well-drained soil. Drought tolerant once established.

Agastache rarely wants fertilization, but should the need arise, select a fertilizer for flowers such as Dr. Earth Total Advantage.

Some of Our Favorite Varieties

Arizona Sunset

Arizona Sunset – A dwarf variety that averages 10-12″ tall with pale pink flowers.

Arizona Sandstone

Arizona Sandstone – Another dwarf that averages 10-12″ tall but bearing peach colored flowers.

Golden Jubilee

Golden Jubilee – This standout features purple flower flowers and bright green leaves that really pop. Averages 2 feet tall.

Blue Boa

Blue Boa – This variety bears blueish-purple flowers and averages 2 feet tall.

Sunset Yellow

Sunset Yellow – A taller variety that can reach up to 3 feet tall and has creamy yellow flowers.