Native perennial herb
Purple flower spikes bloom in mid to late summer
Aromatic, anise scent
Attracts honey bees, native bees and butterflies
Grows up to 36 inches tall
A great herb for attracting pollinators, Purple Giant Hyssop is easy and rewarding to grow. A native perennial from the mint family, Giant Hyssop produces spikes of purple flowers above its foliage in mid to late summer. Honey bees, native bees and butterflies love it. The foliage has a wonderful anise scent, especially when crushed. Growing up to 36 inches tall, Giant Hyssop is perfect for planting in a sunny location along the vegetable garden fence, in pollinator gardens or even containers. To encourage and prolong the flowering season, deadhead the flowers.
Height: 12-36 inches
Spacing: 18-24 inches
Light Required:Full Sun, Partial Shade
Size: 1 Potted Plant
Blooms: Mid Summer, Late Summer
Form: Herb, Perennial, Agastache
Flower Form: Terminal spikes of lavender flowers.
Soil Requirements: Dry Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
Seed Count: 250 Seed Packet
Pruning: Remove spent flowers to encourage reblooming.
Foliage: Light green foliage grows on square stems.