Agastache 'Peachie Keen'
When in bloom (spring-summer in Texas), this compact plant is covered in spikes of peachy-hued flowers set in contrasting burgundy calyxes. The latter persist after flowering. I've never had much luck with hybrid agastaches – they seem to expire unceremoniously not too long after planting. I hope this one will be longer-lived.
||well drained soil; drought-tolerant
In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: right fence border
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May 16, 2020