GNU Webster's 1913
- n. giant hyssop; Mexican hyssop.
- n. giant hyssop; Mexican hyssop
“Golden Jubilee agastache is a summer-long celebration.”
“SHAPIRO: One group of students picked basil for a salad, while other kids showed Mrs. Obama how to suck the nectar from the base of a purple flower called agastache.”
“So many of my plants are not supposed to be cut back in the fall – agastache, salvia, coreopsis, caryopteris – all need to remain standing.”
“I do wish we could grow agastache here, only the anise hyssop seems to survive the wet winters.”
“The anemones are surrounded by agastache and the foliage looks great.”
“Toronjil (balm-gentle) agastache mexicana: Another herb used for tea, primarily in Hidalgo, Michoacan, Morelia, Puebla and Mexico, toronjil is considered a digestive.”
“I tried the Blue Fortune agastache too, it dwindled just like the orange ones.”
“Ours will start showing up when the agastache comes into bloom.”
“Plant Talk | Raspberries, agastache and snails - October and the garden is still going....”
“Agastache: Fragrant agastache is a tall-growing perennial that attracts birds and insects.”
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