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    • Annette Ferrell

      FULL SUN - Agastache You can rely on agastache to cover itself in blooms throughout the SUMMER INTO FALL. 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. Size: To 4 feet tall Zones: 5-10

    • Audrey Rogers

      Agastache, Desert Sunrise. Has a fresh minty/fennel scent and very attractive to hummingbirds & butterflies.

    • Lina Fletcher

      Agastache 'Desert Sunrise' of the best, most reliable perennials in my garden. Hummingbirds LOVE it...deer and rabbits don't.

    • Kristina Reilly

      Agastache Desert Sunrise | Hybrid Hummingbird Mint | Low Water Plants, Eco Friendly Landscapes | High Country Gardens

    • Jenn Hess

      desert sunrise agastache

    • Louise Baker

      Agastache Desert Sunrise

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