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AGASTACHE BLACK ADDER

Anise Hyssop. Sun. 36". Vivid blue

flower spikes. Compact, rounded

habit. July-Sept. Native cultivar.

Hummingbird magnet! This one

of their favorites!

3' blue flower spikes atop anise scented

foliage. The sepal remain colored after the

petals have dropped!

Native plants are hardier and more

problem free, and fine food for pollinators

Zone 6 hardy

Zone 6-10

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