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Agastache cana

 



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Agastache cana Sonoran Sunset


Bluebird Nursery, Inc. Grasses-Ornamental

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Little Valley Wholesale Nursery Evergreens

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Agastache cana ‘Purple Pygmy’


Special Plants Nursery Available as seeds or plants
Brilliant red-purple flowers on compact plants. Aromatic minty leaves 16”. Needs sun & drainage

Agastache cana 'Rosita'


High Country Gardens Drought Tolerant Plants, Xeriscape Perennials (1 product)
An exciting new form of Agastache cana that appeared as a single outstanding plant in a group of garden plants grown from habitat collected seed. ‘Rosita’ has been the subject of much comment in our Santa Fe display gardens because of

Agastache cana Bubble Gum Mint


Annie's Annuals and Perennials Rare, Unusual & Heirloom Plants (1 product)

High Country Gardens Drought Tolerant Plants, Xeriscape Perennials (1 product)
Texas Hummingbird Mint is a hands down favorite for everyone who sees it in our garden here. Tubular, raspberry pink flowers are prolific and continue from late summer on through fall. Agastache cana does well in average garden conditions, mixing

Agastache cana seeds


Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)
A very lovely, choice order plant and entirely at home in the cottage garden. Plants are quick to establish and produce many branched stems with dense spikes of rosy-pink, 1in. long flowers during mid to late summer. Flowers in its first year but

Agastache cana seeds: Purple Pygmy


Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)
T&M's dwarf selection of Agastache cana, with attractive clusters of purple flower spikes on bushy compact plants. Ideal planted at the front of borders or in containers, to enjoy the rich aromatic foliage.




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