Agastache 'Blue Delight'
    Code: SABD-A9
    SKU: Lot A4 - 300 seeds
    Price: $2.35
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    Plants grow 3 to 4.5 feet tall, bloom in mid to late summer and early fall if started that year of cut back after their first flush of flowering. Can be used to make a scented potpourri. Of all the different Agastache that I have grown -- this selection produces, to me, the best scents, which are on the more sweet' side, instead of the 'pungent.' Plants grow 30-40 inches tall with strongly upright stems and bloom for an extended time in summer and fall. Great plants for growing in sun or half shade. I like the nice upright form of these plants. Good cut flowers too. Easy and blooms the first year, best color when the it cool out, so a good choice for sowing in early summer for late summer and fall blooming. This selection is very hardy and has grown for me many years in my zone four garden.

    Most plants come in shades of blue from soft blue to dark blue with a few other colors once in a while. Plants do well on most any soil including heavy clay. Plants are drought tolerant. The multi-stemmed clumps produce good cutting material and dead heading produces another flush of blooms all along the stems. Plants self seed around but not to the point of becoming weedy. They look nice coming up in amongst our Hosta and stray plants are easy to pull out of the ground when only a year or two old. Pinch back the top of the plant in early July to promote a more compact habit and heavy branching.

    Zones 4-9.

    Lightly cover seeds, with germination in 5-15 days at F 70. The flowers are a darker blue in the fall when the air temperature is cooler.

    300 seeds

    Agastache 'Blue Delight'
      Code: BULK1
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      6 grams. Enough seed to produce 5,000 to 8,000 plants.
      Agastache 'Color Mix'
        Code: AAFD-A9
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        Here is a mix of species and types with flower colors including blue, yellow, red, pink, rose, lavender and white. The plants are variously scented from peppermint to spearmint and liquorice to root-beer. Height ranges from 2.5 to 4.5 feet.

        300 seeds

        Agastache 'Globetrotter'
          Code: AGA3-A9
          SKU: Lot A6 - 100 seeds
          Price: $3.50
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          (A.pallida x A. rugosa) Lamiaceae:

          Lilac-pink flowers with reddish bracts, plants grow around 4 feet tall. Grow in soils with good drainage in full sun to part shade. Blooms the same year sown with an early spring sowing. Good cut flower and attractive to insects including butterflies and bees.

          Zones 6-9

          100 seeds

          Agastache 'Tango'
            Code: AGST-A1
            SKU: Lot A5 - 30 seeds
            Price: $3.50
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            This Agastache aurantiaca hybrid blooms well the first year, producing spikes of bright orange flowers.

            Zones 5-9

            30 seeds

            Agastache astromontana 'Pink Pop'
              Code: AG54-A7
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              Here is a very uniform strain of this species. Plants are first-year-flowering and selected for excellent branching for maximum flower production and compact plant habit. A showy color and long flowering with pink-colored spikes. Will flower the same year sown with pink-purplish flowers on plants that are well branched from the base but compact growing. The flowers are fragrant and produced for many weeks, over most of the summer. Grows 12 to 18 inches tall in well drained soils. Full sun to light shade. Long blooming and adaptable. A nice uniform strain that will flower in 12 to 15 weeks. Best in good draining soils. Grown as an annual most often.

              Zones 7-10 as a perennial or as an annual everywhere else. Sow at 70-75F, germination in 21 days.

              30 seeds

              Agastache aurantiaca
                Code: AGAU-A7
                SKU: Lot A9, 50 seeds
                Price: $3.45
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                Probably more variable in size and flower color than the other two varieties of A. aurantiaca offered. Red-orange colored flowers.

                50 seeds

                Agastache aurantiaca  'Lilac Sprite'
                  Code: AGAU-A8
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                  Plants grow about 18 inches tall and produce bicolored lilac and soft orange flowers.

                  30 seeds

                  Agastache aurantiaca 'Raspberry Daiquiri'
                    Code: 28AG-A1
                    SKU: Lot A4 - 50 seeds
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                    Plants with bright raspberry-red flowers, and fragrant foliage. this selection is compact and well-branched, growing 10-12 inchs tall.

                    Zones 6-10 or as an annual.

                    50 seeds

                    Agastache foeniculum 'Golden Jubilee'
                      Code: Ag99-A9
                      SKU: Lot A5 - 50 seeds
                      Price: $2.99
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                      [Agastache rugosa] 'Anise Hyssop'

                      This 'All American Winner' produces golden-yellow colored foliage with 3 inch spikes of blue flowers. Plants grow 20 to 36 inches tall and stand up very well even under humid conditions. Grows best in well drained but moisture retentive soils in full sun to some morning shade. Blooms from June to October but later up north. Can be grown as an annual with good performance the first year. The golden leaves contrast well with the medium blue flowers in the landscape. In the spring the emerging foliage is a deep yellow with an orange cast and reddish brown tinting.

                      Zones (4)5-9

                      In zone 4 over winter dry and use a dry winter mulch, most years we have no problems with this plant coming back but it is a short lived perennial lasting for three or four years but self seeding.. Surface sow seeds with germination in 5 or so days at F 65. Easy.

                      50 seeds

                      Agastache foeniculum 'Odd-ball Mix'
                        Code: KJ76-A9
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                        We are working on producing short plants with white flowers and yellow foliage, this will take some time, but here is a mix of seeds producing plants that grow from 18 to 40 inches tall and will have white or blue flowers. Plants bloom the first year and you can segregate the short blooming white and blue flowering plants from the taller blooming white and blue plants for the second year.

                        Zones 4-9

                        200 seeds

                        Agastache hybrida 'Arizona Sun'
                          Code: AGAS
                          SKU: A4-30 seeds
                          Price: $3.95
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                          First year flowering plants with yellow-gold flowers on stems that grow around 10 inches tall, drought tolerant perennials with a, Compact and uniform habit and heavy flowering.

                          Zones 6-10

                          30 seeds

                          Agastache hybrida 'Arizona Sunset'
                            Code: AGS3
                            SKU: Lot A4 - 30 seeds
                            Price: $3.95
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                            Plants in the Arizona series grow 8 to 10 inches tall, making them a nice compact selection for the bee garden. Agastache hybrida 'Arizona Sunset' is a soft lilac color and flowers the same year sown, producing many flowers. Plants grow about 10 inches wide with a more or less upright, bushy habit. Drought tolernat once established, but intolerant of damp soils. Grow in full sun

                            Zones 6-10

                            Sow at 70-80F, germination in 5-15 days, Surface sow the seeds, light helps with germination.

                            30 seeds

                            Agastache mexicana
                              Code: AGME-A9
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                              Mexican Giant Hyssop Lamiaceae:

                              reddish-pink flowers in 1 foot long spikes, plants grow 1 to 3 feet tall. Blooms the same year sown. This is a summer-blooming perennial native to Mexico, growing 2 to 3 feet tall and 1 foot wide. On established plants blooming starts in spring and continuing until late fall, regular deadheading increases flowering. The Lemon-scented leaves are used in tea and as a flavoring.

                              Zones 9-10 as a perennial other areas as an annual.

                              100 seeds

                              Agastache nepetoides
                                Code: AGN4-A3
                                SKU: Lot A3 - 100 seeds
                                Price: $2.00
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                                Yellow Giant Hyssop

                                A unique and impressive plant for its upright habit that will flower in summer with densely packed five inch long spikes of yellow-whitish green flowers. The bees will love you for this one and the birds will feed on the seeds in the winter. Plants grow 5-6 feet tall and can be used in open woodlands to full sun with moisture retentive soils that drain well. Useful in the perennial border, native wildflower area, woodland or butterfly gardens - best effect planted in large groups with plants spaced-out 18 inches apart, will self seed on open ground. Not the showiest bloomer, but loved by a diverse group of insects that will provide weeks of entertainment and if you like to take pictures of insects - this plant like most of the hardy Agastache, is indispensable. The dried stems in the winter are attractive. Started in late winter, plants will bloom the first year. Easy to grow and transplant, seedlings are large enough to plant out into the garden in 5 to 8 weeks after germination. Can also be sown directly on bare ground in late winter/early spring while the ground is still cold with good results.

                                Zones 4-9

                                Native from north eastern and central USA. Where it is found in open woods, clearings and thickets. Sow seeds and use 70F, germination is spread out over many weeks or use 8 weeks at 39F, move to 70F for germination.

                                100+ seeds

                                Agastache scrophulariifolia 'Blue Licorice'
                                  Code: SABL-H5
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                                  Purple Giant Hyssop (ah-gas-TAH-kee: skrof-yoo-lar-ee-eye-FOH-lee-uh) LAMIACEAE:

                                  The genus name means something to the effect of 'very much like a spike'. Plants bloom in ten weeks from sowing and have strongly anise-scented foliage. Agastache scrophulariifolia 'Blue Licorice' has blue flowers which are produced in mid summer into late fall. The long flower spikes are 6 to 8 inches in lenght and densely packed with good sized flowers. Plants grow 3-4 feet tall and bloom for many weeks from mid summer to late summer with some flowers produced into late fall, the plants look nice even after done flowering and if dead-headed they will flower all fall but produce shorter spikes. Bushy plants with nice dense form and lots of spikes, loved by bees and the scent of the foliage is somewhat intoxicating. Full sun-in well drained soils but will grow well in part shade too. Blooms the first year, the blue color is darkest during cool weather, so a sowing in late spring will produce attractive darker blue blooming plants in late summer and fall.

                                  Zones 4-9

                                  Sow at F 70, germination in 5-15 days, Surface sow, light helps with germination. If no germination in the above time: Use 8 weeks at 39F, move to 68F. Easy to grow in well drained but rich moisture retentive soils.

                                  The species to native from China, with this selection most likely some type of hybrid.

                                  300 seeds

                                  Agastache urticifolia
                                    Code: AGH7
                                    SKU: Lot A4 - 200 seeds
                                    Price: $2.35
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                                    Horse Mint or Giant Hyssop or Nettleleaf Giant Hyssop Lamiaceae:

                                    Soft blue flowers and scented foliage. Plants should have a well draining but moist soil, loved by butterflies. Plants grow one to five feet tall, in full sun they are shorter and more compact. In open shade plants will grow well too, but will be on the taller side of three to five feet. Blooms early to mid summer.

                                    Zones 7-10

                                    200 seeds

                                    Agastache rugosa 'Korean Zest'
                                      Code: AGRH
                                      SKU: Lot A7, 100 seeds
                                      Price: $2.35
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                                      Lamiaceae:

                                      Deep violet-blue flowers in narrow spike-like panicles, dark stems.

                                      Zones (4)5-11

                                      100+ seeds