Prairie, Lavender Hyssop
- Self-seeding, biennial/perennial
- Hardy to zone 4
- Plants grow to 1-3 feet
- Purple flowers and leaves that smell of licorice
Prairie, Lavender Hyssop Description
(Agastache foeniculum) (aka Anise Hyssop) Masses of purple flower spikes atop lush deep green foliage. Leaves emit a potent licorice odor when crushed and can be used as a flavoring for cooking and for tea. Makes an excellent cut flower. Plants grow 1-3' tall. Acts as a biennial and self-sows readily on open ground. Hardy to zone 4.