Licorice mint blooming in summertime, Seattle, WA.
Summertime blooms, Seattle, WA.
Needs to be planted and pinched back
Agastache 'Apache Sunset' with 'Magnus' Coneflower and a pink Guara. July 2005
Several one gallon pots of Agastache 'Apache Sunset' waiting to be potted on front porch. July 2005.
July 16, 2007 at 9:15 am. There are several gallon size plants showing in photo. Fragrant and beautiful!
Agastache rupestris in the July morning of 2007. Five one-gallon size pots of plants.
A closer shot of the five plants of Agastache rupestris. 7/16/06 9:15 am.
Pretty flowering ..it has reds..oranges..pinks..with pretty grey-green feathery foliage..very aromatic too (licorice)..
Sunset Hyssop..the name suits it well.. flowering in my garden on juli 15th..
My favorite plant - hyssop
Picture Taken 9/23/08 - Looks very nice with Autumn Joy Sedum.
Close up of flowers that shows the purplish bracts and coral pink flowers. (Picture taken 9/9/08)
Agastache rupestris plants growing and blooming along the back of the wall. July 2007
Another view and angle of five plants of Agastache rupestris
hummers LOVE it !! and so do i !
Bloom stalk of Agastache 'rupestris' with Salvia elegans 'Golden Delicious' behind it...in our garden...Lincoln, Nebraska...August 17th, 2009.
May Blooms Just Waiting For A Hummingbird.......
The foliage is also extremely ornamental and fragrant with thread-like grey-green leaves, giving the entire plant a soft, wispy look.
I really like Agastaches ("Hyssop" of "Licorice Mint") but alas, they too often peter out after only one season. This really beautiful Southwestern Agastache does not!