Agastache fennel – Organic

Agastache foeniculum

4.19$
3.56$

Fennel agastache (Agastache foeniculum), also known as anise hyssop, is a herbaceous perennial plant with multiple charm and qualities. Native to North America, it generally reaches a height of 60 to 120 cm. This plant is distinguished by its erect, square and robust stems, and its oval leaves with a slightly downy texture. The foliage gives off a captivating scent of anise or fennel when crushed, giving it its name.

Agastache fennel flowers from late spring to early fall, offering bluish-purple flower spikes, which attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. These flowers, in addition to being aesthetically pleasing, are edible and have a slightly sweet and aniseed taste, ideal for garnishing salads and desserts.

Highly appreciated for its medicinal virtues, this plant is used in herbalism for its digestive and soothing properties. It is also prized in permaculture for its ability to enrich the soil and attract pollinators.

Easy to grow, agastache fennel thrives in full sun in well-drained soils, resisting drought well once established.

Number of days for harvest: 75-80

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Fennel agastache (Agastache foeniculum), also known as anise hyssop, is a herbaceous perennial plant with multiple charm and qualities. Native to North America, it generally reaches a height of 60 to 120 cm. This plant is distinguished by its erect, square and robust stems, and its oval leaves with a slightly downy texture. The foliage gives off a captivating scent of anise or fennel when crushed, giving it its name.

Agastache fennel flowers from late spring to early fall, offering bluish-purple flower spikes, which attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. These flowers, in addition to being aesthetically pleasing, are edible and have a slightly sweet and aniseed taste, ideal for garnishing salads and desserts.

Highly appreciated for its medicinal virtues, this plant is used in herbalism for its digestive and soothing properties. It is also prized in permaculture for its ability to enrich the soil and attract pollinators.

Easy to grow, agastache fennel thrives in full sun in well-drained soils, resisting drought well once established.

Number of days for harvest: 75-80

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