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  • Agastache foeniculum Anise hyssop

    Agastache foeniculum Anise hyssop Z 4-8 Showy purple spikes from July to September, fragrant...

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    Agastache foeniculum  Anise hyssop Z 4-8
    Showy purple spikes from July to September, fragrant

    Size: 3-5' x 12"
    Care: Full sun to part shade in well-drained soil, drought tolerant & deer resistant
    Native: North America, Wisconsin native
    Wildlife Value: attracts butterflies

    The name Agastache is from Greek agan and stachys meaning much like an ear of wheat referring to the shape of the flower spike. Anise hyssop leaves were used by American Indians of the Missouri River region to make tea and as a sweetener in cooking. The Cheyenne used it to relieve chest pain due to coughing or to a dispirited heart. Listed hyssop as an aromatic herb in McMahon’s 1805 book.

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  • Fragrant Garden for sun

    Fragrant Garden for sun Size: Height x width * Bloom color 3 Agastache foeniculumAnise hyssop 2-3’ x 12” purple 1 Agastache rupestris – Sunset hyssop 24” x 10”...

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    Fragrant Garden for sun                              Size: Height x width *                      Bloom color
    3 Agastache foeniculum – Anise hyssop                        2-3’ x 12”                                            purple
    1 Agastache rupestris – Sunset hyssop                          24” x 10”                                             orange/purple
    1 Buddleja davidii – Butterfly bush                                 6’ x 4’                                                 purple
    1 Clematis ternifolia – Sweet autumn                             15-20’ x 6-10’                                    white
    1 Foeniculum vulgaris – Bronze fennel                          4-5’ x 2-3’                                           yellow
    3 Lavandula angustifolia ‘Munstead’                              12-18” x 12-18”                                 lavender
    3 Lilium auratum – Gold band lily                                 2-5’ x 12”                                            white/yellow
    1 Paeonia ‘Sarah Bernhardt’                                              36” x 36”                                            pink
    2 Monarda didyma – ‘Cambridge Scarlet’ beebalm      3-4’ x spreading                                red

    All plants are perennials.
    If planted together in one garden these make a 35 square foot garden. *Most of these plants get wider over time by spreading roots or by self-seeding .
    16 plants for $135.27. Would be $159.15 if purchased separately. You save $23.87.

  • Deer Resistant garden for sun

    Deer Resistant Garden for sun Size: Height x width* Bloom color 3 Achillea filipendulina – Fernleaf yarrow 3’-4’ x 30” yellow 3 Agastache foeniculumAnise hyssop 2-3’ x 12”...

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    $175.20/ea

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    Deer Resistant Garden for sun                   Size: Height x width*                       Bloom color
    3 Achillea filipendulina – Fernleaf yarrow                          3’-4’ x 30”                                   yellow
    3 Agastache foeniculum – Anise hyssop                             2-3’ x 12”                                     purple
    1 Calamintha nepeta ssp nepeta – Lesser calamint          18-24” x 8-12”                           white
    2 Coreopsis verticillata – Thread leafed tickseed              24” x 18”                                      yellow
    1 Echinops ritro – Globe thistle                                            3-4’ x 18”                                     blue
    3 Euphorbia polychroma – Cushion spurge                      16” x 24”                                      chartreuse
    3 Lavandula angustifolia ‘Munstead’                                  12-18” x 12-18”                            lavender
    3 Nepeta mussinii – catmint                                                 18” x 18”                                       lavender
    1 Salvia nemorosa – Meadow sage                                       36” x 24”                                      purple

    All plants are perennials.
    If planted together in one garden these make a 33 square foot garden. *Most of these plants get wider over time by spreading roots or by self-seeding .
    20 plants for $175.20. Would be $219.00 if purchased separately. You save $43.80.

  • Butterfly Garden for sun

    Butterfly Garden for Sun Size : Height x width* Bloom color 3 Agastache foeniculumAnise hyssop 2-3’ x 12” purple 1 Asclepias incarnata – Swamp milkweed 2-3’ x 12”...

    $155.50/ea

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    Butterfly Garden for Sun                                  Size : Height x width*          Bloom color

    3 Agastache foeniculum – Anise hyssop                                  2-3’ x 12”                    purple
    1 Asclepias incarnata – Swamp milkweed                               2-3’ x 12”                    orange
    1 Aster novae angliae – New England aster                            3-4’ x 24”                   pink or purple
    3 Liatris spicata – Blazing star                                                  2-3’ x 18”                    purple
    1 Monarda fistulosa – Beebalm                                                 3-4’ x 2’                       purple
    3 Rudbeckia fulgida – Black-eyed susan                                 30”x 18”                      yellow
    1 Salvia nemorosa -Meadow sage                                            36” x 24”                     purple
    1 Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’                                                               30” x 12”                      pink
    3 Verbena bonariensis (reseeding annual)                                3-4’ x 6”                      purple
    3 Zizia aurea – Golden alexander                                             30″x 24″                      yellow

    All plants are perennials except Verbena bonariensis which is an annual that reseeds.
    If planted together in one garden these make a 27 square foot garden.
    *Most of these plants get wider over time by spreading roots or by self-seeding .

    20 plants for $155.50 would be $194.40 if purchased separately. You save $38.90.

  • Long blooming Garden for sun

    Long Blooming Garden for Sun Size : Height x width* Bloom color 3 Agastache foeniculum -Anise hyssop 2-3’ x 12” purple 1 Callirhoe involucrata – Prairie poppy mallow 6” x...

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    Long Blooming Garden for Sun                              Size : Height x width*          Bloom color
    3 Agastache foeniculum -Anise hyssop                                          2-3’ x 12”                  purple
    1 Callirhoe involucrata – Prairie poppy mallow                               6” x 12-24”               magenta
    3 Coreopsis verticillata  – Thread-leaf tickseed                              24″ x  18″                  yellow
    1 Kalimeris incisa – False aster                                                      24” x 12”                    purple
    3 Rudbeckia triloba – Brown-eyed susan                                       3-4’ x 2-3’                  yellow
    3 Ruellia humilis – Prairie petunia                                                  8-10” x 10”                 purple
    1 Salvia verticillata – Lilac sage                                                      24” x 18-24”               purple
    1 Scabiosa ochroleuca- Cream pincushion flower                          24-30”x 18”                white

    These flower for two months or more. All plants are perennials.
    If planted together in one garden these make a 24 square foot garden. *Most of these plants get wider over time by spreading roots or by self-seeding .
    16 plants for $140.15. Would be $175.20 if purchased separately. You save $35.05

  • Agastache rupestris Sunset hyssop Z 5-10

    OUT OF STOCK Tangerine & lilac spikes June – October, fragrant like anise...

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    OUT OF STOCK

    Tangerine & lilac spikes June – October, fragrant like anise

    Size: 24”x 10”
    Care: full sun in well-drained soil
    Native: SW United States
    Wildlife Value: Attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds
    Awards: 1997 Plant Select award recipient.

    First collected by Meriwether Lewis. Introduced to gardens by Edward Greene before 1915.
    The name Agastache is from Greek agan and stachys meaning “much like an ear of wheat” referring to the shape of the flower spike. Rupestris means “rock loving.”

  • Agastache aurantiaca Navajo sunset Z 5-9

    OUT OF STOCK Agastache aurantiaca Navajo sunset Z 5-9 Brilliant light orange blooms from spring-fall, silvery-grey aromatic foliage...

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    Agastache aurantiaca   Navajo sunset   Z 5-9
    Brilliant light orange blooms from spring-fall, silvery-grey aromatic foliage

    Size: 12-18” x 24”
    Care: sun in well-drained soil
    Native: Western US
    Wildlife Value: attracts bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and birds. Deer and rabbit resistant

    Published in American Midland Naturalist 1945.

  • Foeniculum vulgaris ‘Purpureum’ Bronze fennel Z 4-9

    OUT OF STOCK Yellow blooms on umbels in late spring into summer, features feathery, compound, aromatic purple leaves with needle-like segments....

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    OUT OF STOCK

    Yellow blooms on umbels  in late spring into summer, features feathery, compound, aromatic purple leaves with needle-like segments.

    Size: 4-5’x2-3’
    Care: sun to part shade in moist, well-drained soil
    Native: Mediterranean
    Wildlife Value: attracts bees and birds. Nectar plant for Swallowtail butterflies.

    We grow it in the butterfly garden.  Used by ancient Egyptians as a food and medicine. Considered a snake bite remedy in ancient China. During the Middle Ages  hung over doorways to drive away evil spirits.  Fennel is also associated with the origin of the marathon. Athenian Pheidippides carried a fennel stalk on his 150 mile, 2 day run to Sparta to gather soldiers for the battle of Marathon with Persia in 490 B.C. The battle itself was also reportedly waged on a field of fennel.  The Gardeners Dictionary: . . . eighth ed.  1768