This listing is for one packet of Anise Hyssop, (Agastache foeniculum) seeds. Each packet contains roughly 1,000 seeds. For best germination of native species, remember to scatter seeds October-January!
Anise Hyssop: Fluffy spikes burst with tiny flowers ranging from lavender to deep purple. Fragrant foliage smells herbal, like anise, and has white to light grey undersides that flash in the wind. A fabulous addition in sensory gardens. Easy to grow and often blooms in its first year. New seedlings are hardy and transplant readily. A favorite of bumblebees.
Light: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil Moisture: Mesic, Dry Mesic
Soil Type: Loam, Clay-loam, or contain some rocky material
Bloom Color: Purple
Bloom Time: Jun-Sep
Root Type: Rhizome
Notable Wildlife Interactions: The flowers are cross-pollinated primarily by honeybees, bumblebees, digger bees, leaf-cutting bees, Halictid bees, and Masked bees, which seek nectar or pollen. Other occasional floral visitors are Syrphid flies, bee flies, and various butterflies, skippers, and moths. Mammalian herbivores normally avoid consumption of this plant due to the anise scent of the foliage.