Native to Eastern Asia and North America, Agastache is an aromatic flowering herbaceous perennial. The name means "many spikes" in Greek due to it tight blossoms that cover the stiff stems in small short, colorful spurts. Attracts hummingbirds and comes in a variety of cool colors: white, purple, pink, blue. Has been used by Chinese Herbologists for centuries. Resistence to deer and rabbits.
8 to 10 inches, Compact And uniform, this drought-tolerant perennial is extremely floriferous with little care once established. Bright Yellow trumpet shaped flowers. Hardy zones 3-9.