Agastache 'Summer Love' is a drought-tolerant nectar plant. Find it in the Flight Encounter. (photo from High Country Gardens) Flowers Farms, White Flowers, Full Sun, Flowers Arrangements, Country Gardens, Hummingbirds Flowers, Agastach Summer, Gardens Hummingbirds, Gardens Plants
Agastache 'Desert Sunrise' Care: Grow in full sun and well-drained, fertile soil. Tolerates dry, xeric sites but also grows well in regular garden conditions. Propagation: Start seeds indoors in early spring at 55° to 64°F; divide in spring; take cuttings in late summer. Problems: Usually easy to grow, but mildew and rust can be problems during a dry summer. Downy mildew and other fungal diseases occasionally occur.
Agastache 'Ava', 4-5' h x 24" w, sweetly scented foliage, flowers mid-summer and continues for months, calyxes retain their intense coloration keeping the plant beautiful until hard frost . . . two to three growing seasons to reach mature size ... enriched, well-drained garden soil. Fertilize annually in mid-fall.
Drought resistant-Agastache-You can rely on agastache to cover itself in blooms throughout the summer and autumn. This variety, 'Desert Sunrise', offers orange blooms that feature pink and lavender tints. It attracts tons of hummingbirds and is a great cut flower, too
24-30" x 15-18" wide. *2009 Plant Select winner.* Coronado Red is an outstanding hybrid grown for its showy dark orange flowers, maturing to scarlet and held over the foliage on long 12-15 long flower spikes. The plant has a very upright, narrow growth habit with stiff stems and mint scented gray-green foliage. This Agastache aurantiaca hybrid has a very long season of bloom. Zones 6b(-5 degrees F) to 9. 5" deep Premium pot.