Agastache rugosa f. Albiflora 

'Liquorice White'

White anise hyssop

The flower heads resemble upright mini-corn and are covered in tiny white flowers. The foliage resembles a nettle. Really sounds unattractive doesn't it? But in RHS trials it performed exceptionally well for the genus and was recommended as a good variety. Why? It's a coolly, understated filler plant that sets off showier specimens to a tee. 

The delicately scented flowers are a beacon for pollinators and the aromatic foliage is a firm, deep green. When given good drainage and sun, it thrives. 

A superb backbone plant for any style of planting.

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£ 5.50

Family

Plant type

Hardiness

Height

Spread

Foliage

Flower

Soil

Position

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Lamiaceae

Hardy perennial

H4

60cm 

45cm 

Mid-green 

White 

Well drained 

Full sun

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