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Flowering Colour Blue. Hardiness Hardy Perennial. Type of Garden Cottage Garden. This showy plant produces fat spikes of purple- blue flowers that pop out of purple calyxes over a very long period.

The spikes are carried on stiff stem. A gorgeous new introduction from those clever people at Terra Nova.

Mint green foliage set with long, stout stalks bearing dense. A large-flowered Hummingbird Mint (Hyssop) with upright dark- blue to violet blooms over two long seasons each year. This sun-loving perennial is a butterfly. An upright bushy perennial with aromatic, glaucous leaves and loose spikes of violet blue flowers. Photo provided by: Kernock Park Plants . It is a more compact variety, growing only 2. Common Name: HyssopA pollinators delight!

Blue Boa is a popular gathering spot for bees and butterflies of all kinds, plus hummingbirds too! Lovely deep violet- blue flower spikes are long, wide and very showy.

Drought tolerant once established. From early summer through to autumn, spikes of purple- blue flowers, protrude from dark pink calcyes, creating a strong flowering affect above the foliage. The flower spikes are supposed to be long, wide, and extremely showy.

Propagation: Seeds ‎: ‎Can handle transplanting;. Genus: Agastache (ah-gas-TAH-kee) (Info). Hybridize by Korlipara. Registered or introduced . Zone, 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b, 10a, 10b, 11a, 11b.

Blue Boa Hummingbird Mint) Luxurious deep violet- blue flower spikes held over ultra-green foliage. Unlike any other Agastache varieties, the . Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. The licorice-scented foliage. Provide Blue Boa Agastache with good drainage, average moisture, average fertility, and a moderately sunny to full sun location for the best.

You may find these blooms never have a chance to fade, as they make a. It carries large bottle brush heads of intense . Its beautiful seedheads are almost as good as the flowers themselves. The big flower heads are different from your average Agastache, and their brilliant violet blue shades glow.