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Anise Hyssop Plant

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Agastache foeniculum

Anise Hyssop is actually a member of the mint family. Its leaves are very aromatic, smelling pleasantly of anise, or licorice.

  • Short-lived perennial.
  • Likes well-drained soil, happy in most soil types.
  • Likes full sun.
  • Beautiful lavender blue-purple flowers.

Supplied as a pot grown plant grown in a 7cm pot.

Available from APPROXIMATELY mid May 2021

1 or more £2.95GBP each. Group & quantity discounts
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Pollinator Friendly

Anise Hyssop, also known as Blue Giant Hyssop, Fragrant Giant Hyssop and Lavender Giant Hyssop, is actually a member of the mint family and not closely related to the hyssops at all!

Its leaves are very aromatic, smelling pleasantly of anise, or licorice. Forming upright clumps of 2-4ft (60-120cm) in height, with a spread of 1ft (30cm), Anise Hyssop is a striking addition to any herb garden. Its long purple or lavender-blue flower spikes, flowering from July to September, are extremely attractive to bees and other pollinating insects. Deadhead regularly to encourage further blooms. Drought-tolerant and deer-resistant. Can be grown in large containers on a patio.

Recognised to be an excellent attractant and nectar source for bees and other beneficial insects.

  • Short-lived perennial.
  • Likes well-drained soil, happy in most soil types.
  • Likes full sun.
  • Beautiful lavender blue-purple flowers.
  • Flowers July-September.
  • Highly aromatic leaves.
  • Attractive to pollinators.
  • Deer-resistant.
  • Drought-tolerant.

Culinary uses

  • Leaves can be added to salads.
  • Leaves can be made into a refreshing tea.
  • Can be added to fruit cup, like borage.
  • Chop and and to pork dishes.
  • Flowers can be added to fruit salads.

Other uses

  • Use leaves in pot pourri

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How To...

How To Sow & Grow Herbs
Detailed advice on sowing and growing herbs outside and under protection. Includes information on watering and pest control.




Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265