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Scientific Name: Agastache rupestris
Alternative Names: Liquorice mint hyssop

Package Format0.15g (200s)


  • Perennial
  • Licorice mint hyssop is a wildflower of the mint family native to the mountain slopes of Arizona and New Mexico.
  • It is an upright, clump-forming perennial that grows 45 – 60cm tall and bears small, tubular, 2-lipped, salmon/burnt orange flowers with purplish calyxes on erect salvia-like flower spikes in summer.
  • Their square stems have narrow, aromatic anise scented and thread-like grey-green leaves.
  • The tubular flowers produce copious quantities of nectar for hummingbird and butterflies.
  • Licorice mint hyssop is easily grown in well-drained soils in full sun to partial shade.
  • Plants tolerate heat and dry soils once established.
  • Deadhead spent flowers to promote additional bloom.
  • It may also be grown in containers - pinch back foliage tips in spring to limit mature plant height.
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