Mint to Be - Plant Agastache Now!
Deer, drought and heat tolerant "Hummingbird Mints"!

Agastache rupestris "Sunset Hyssop" Agastache pallida x rugosa 
Agastache aurantiaca ‘Coronado’
Agastache ‘Black Adder’

Valued for their long-lasting vibrant blooms, stalwart nature and imperviousness to drought, deer, bugs and heat, "Giant Hyssops" offer a smorgasbord of sustenance for butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. Hey, that's great! But there's more! You can make teas, jellies and sachets from their fragrant, minty foliage and brighten a room with their long-lasting cut flowers. No wonder they're adored by gardeners far and wide – with several varieties hardy to USDA zones 4-6, almost everyone can grow them – especially as they make stunning Summer annuals where they're not hardy.

Gardener tip! Agastache like well-drained soil and full sun. They'll live longer and be happier the less you baby them, so low to average water and average to lean soil is best, no clay please! If you plan on growing them as annuals or short-lived perennials, go ahead and indulge them with fertile soil and frequent waterings, they'll grow extra big and lush – a good option for colder climate gardeners!

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Agastache rupestris "Sunset Hyssop"
Agastache ‘Black Adder’

Agastache rupestris "Sunset Hyssop"
Our most sought-after Agastache! Everyone loves the gorgeous sunset hues of this durable, heat and drought tolerant Southwestern beauty. Blooms for months, bringing the hummers! Long-lived in infertile, well-drained soil. Hardy USDA zone 5!

Agastache ‘Black Adder’
THE BEST blue Agastache you can grow! A sterile hybrid, all energy goes into pumping out a succession of dense, 10” spikes all Spring and Summer long. Reliably perennial bee, butterfly and hummingbird magnet! Hardy USDA zone 6!

Agastache foeniculum ‘Golden Jubilee’ Agastache aurantiaca‘Coronado’

Agastache foeniculum ‘Golden Jubilee’
Startling chartreuse foliage and a handsome, compact form are but two of this handsome Hyssop's charms – deliciously mint-scented, heat tolerant, long blooming, too! Alluring to bees of all sorts. Part shade, hardy USDA zone 6!

Agastache aurantiaca‘Coronado’
A robust wildflower from Northern Mexico with tubular apricot-red blooms bursting with nectar, attracting hummingbirds from far and wide! Unparalleled Summer color for hot and dry gardens! Hardy to USDA zone 4!

Agastache pallida x rugosa 
‘Globetrotter’ Agastache rugosa 
'Heronswood Mist' Agastache mexicana 

Agastache pallida x rugosa

With pastel purple bottlebrush flowers in rich carmine-red bracts, this unusual hybrid from Holland is especially alluring to bees with its stubby, club-shaped blooms. Pepperminty young foliage can be used in teas or salads. Hardy to USDA zone 7.

Agastache rugosa
'Heronswood Mist'

A low-growing, big-blooming Hyssop perfect for front of the bed! Growing 18-20” tall with handsome 6” flower spikes, it’s appealing to every bee, butterfly and hummingbird Summer thru Fall! Great for cut flowers and teas. Hardy to USDA zone 7.

Agastache mexicana

Grown for its deliciously distinctive lemon-scented foliage – ideal for teas and tisanes – as well as its dramatic foot-long wands of hummingbird alluring flowers, 'Sangria' is long-lived and hard-working in the garden. Hardy to USDA zone 7!

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