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Post  julieluvs2garden on Sun Mar 18, 2012 11:15 am

Two years ago @ farmer's market I purchased 3 small plants that bloom small coral flowers all summer long. The leaves have a very pleasant minty smell. I lost the tag and thought it was a sage of some kind. It has never completely died all winter and looks great today.(who knew it was perennial) I finally saw it in a seed catalogue. Mystery solved. AGASTACHE. Does anyone else have this awesome plant?
I do love a plant that has a scented leaf!!!!


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Post  tinsoldier on Sun Mar 18, 2012 12:17 pm

Sounds like it would be the Sunset Hyssop?

I had some a couple summers ago but I think it got crowded out by the Cone Flowers so I'm going to have to look for more this spring. The hummingbirds definitely loved it though!

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