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Anise Hyssop
Anise Hyssop
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Our Price: $5.95
ZONE: 5 - 10
EXPOSURE: Full to Part Sun
SIZE: 36"H x 24"S
BLOOM: Purple, Mid Summer - Fall
POT SIZE: 1 PINT 28.86 CU IN.

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Anise Hyssop Plants

Agastache foeniculum

Anise Hyssop is one of the most versatile herb plants we grow and perfect for any type of herb gardening. This is an attractive honey plant, a culinary herb that produces abundant nectar which yields a light fragrant honey. Anise is also a aromatic herb with strongly anise-scented. This herb plant is delightful for tea or as culinary seasoning. A gorgeous ornamental, it produces showy purple flowers.

We also grow traditional Hyssop plants, which are nice shrubby evergreens that love to bloom.

Features
Zones: 5 - 10

Size
: 36"H x 24"S

Light: Full to Part Sun

Bloom: Purple flower, mid Summer - Fall

Uses: Leaves have a sweet flavor, combining licorice flavors with mint. This herb is used for desserts or drinks.

Tips: Leave some of the flowers for the butterflies and honeybees, who will come in droves to visit the sweet blooms. If planted near your honeybee hives in great quantity, the sweet nectar of this plant is said to flavor the bees' honey.

Does Not Grow Well Indoors!

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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Anise Hyssop May 31, 2017
Reviewer: Lynda Tomlinson from Trevose, PA United States  
Such a beautiful, healthy plant!  I am so grateful to have found Growers Exchange.  They are the only plants I will put in my Butterfly/Bee garden.  So very healthy for Mother Earth and her Winged Beings!

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Anise Hyssop April 2, 2017
Reviewer: Thomas W King Jr from Knoxville, TN United States  
I bought this 4 years ago and love the tea and it overwinters in the garadge so this is one of my favorite plants,I also have a 42 year old Ponytail Palm from Daytona Beach in 1975.

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