(Hyssopus officinalis ‘Hyssop')
Hyssop is a shrubby perennial herb that is native to Asia and the Mediterranean but can be commonly found growing in gardens and along road sides throughout the United States. At maturity, this plant reaches the height of 18-24” and features woody stems, fragrant 1” dark green narrow toothed leaves, and aromatic, tubular, two-lipped flowers that varying in colors of bright blue, pink, or white. This plant grows in a container, attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, repels cabbage butterfly, tolerates drought, is used to flavors perfume, is used to make essential oils and potpourri, self sows, and is both edible and medicinal!
(Agastache nepetoides ‘Yellow Giant')
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Giant Yellow Hyssop is a native perennial herb that can be commonly found growing on woodland edges, thickets, and in moist open woods throughout the Midwest and southwest United States. At maturity, this plant reaches the height of 5-6' and features square shaped stalks, arrowhead-shaped, 5” toothed leaves, and 5” terminal spikes that bare greenish=yellow flowers. This plant grows in a container, attracts bees, birds, and butterflies, repels cabbage moths, tolerates deer, drought and frost, is both edible and medicinal, self sows, and is great as a cut flower!