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Firebird can take the heat! Fiery copper orange/coral blooms flower until frost, embellishing the aromatic gray-green foliage. Tubular flowers in whorls on salvia-like spikes will entice butterflies and hummingbirds to sample the nectar rich blooms.
Mint-scented leaves may be added fresh or dry to enhance your favorite tea. Cut back flower stems in summer to promote continuous bloom. A nice feature in an herb garden or mixed border.
Agastache are equally good in the border and as a candidate for container growing. The better the drainage, the happier the plant. Scented foliage is good for flavoring drinks and drying. A customer advises us that her Goldfinches are wild for Agastache seed.
Idaho has restricted all potted plant material from being shipped into Idaho
at this time.
Good drainage is a must! Agastache thrive in full sun and rarely need divided. Most will self sow to spread, so deadhead by removing faded flowers to prevent seeding. Leave stems to overwinter; tip or remove new growth in early to mid spring for more flowering stems and a more compact plant. To promote strong stems, avoid too much water once established and fertilize only once every year or two in late fall to late winter.
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