Texas Hummingbird Mint 'Heather Queen' Agastache
Tidy half-hardy perennial that is aromatic and attractive to pollinators. Plants fill the air with minty fragrance; the pretty spike flowers are popular for arranging. This dynamic landscape plant is easy to grow, adds long season color and grows in neat clumps that do not spread or take over. Hardy from zones 6a-9b. Pollinators are drawn to its fragrance, and hummingbirds cannot resist the flowers! This plant can be dried for making tea and is also used to make a mosquito repelling oil.
- Full Sun
- Sprouts in 14-21 Days
- Ideal Temperature: 60-90 Degrees F
- Seed Depth: Surface Sow
- Plant Spacing: 12" apart
- Frost Hardy: Yes
- Agastache cana
Growing Tips: Perennial zones 4-10. Start indoors 4 to 6 weeks before last frost date or direct sow after. Surface Sowand press tightly into the soil. Keep seeds moist until germination. Light aids germination.