AGASTACHE SELECTIONS

perennials for butterflies
Perennials for bees
perennials for hummingbirds

GROWER'S NOTES

In the center of one of our pollinator beds is Agastache 'Blue Fortune'​. It settled in within the first year of planting and has been the highlight of the garden ever since. It literally vibrates with the action of bees and butterflies of all kinds.

 

Each variety of Agastache here will branch and produce more blooms after pinching. Once the plant is established, don't be shy about pinching just above a node on the stem where leaves are attached.

AGASTACHE FEATURES & CARE

- Attracts Pollinators: Hummingbirds, Bees, Butterflies

- Resists: Deer

- Flowers: Cut, Dried, Aromatic

- Easy to grow

- Native cultivar

- Prefers well-drained soil

- Drought tolerant

AGASTACHE PAIRS

Rudbeckia Little Goldstar - Black-Eyed S
Echinops ritro - Globe Thistle.jpeg
Penstemon Prairie Dusk - Beardtongue.jpe
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Hemerocallis Marque Moon - Daylily.jpeg
Gaillardia g. Arizona Apricot - Blanket

Photos:

Header: TerraNova Nurseries, Inc.

Little Goldstar: © Wit's End Gardens, all rights reserved

ritro: Aalvesgaspar / CC BY-SA

Tomato Soup: TerraNova Nurseries, Inc.

Marque Moon: Walters Gardens

Arizona Apricot: © Wit's End Gardens, all rights reserved