Perennial floral plant Agastache 'Queen Nectarine'
greenfor gardenfor attracting butterflies

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Characteristics

Type
perennial
Flower color
green
Use
for gardens
Other characteristics
for attracting butterflies

Description

The buzz has already begun over this new collection of Agastache from Proven Winners® Perennials. Members of the MEANT TO BEE™ Collection were selected for their large, full habits, significant landscape presence, and hardiness. Each variety has reliably overwintered in our Zone 6 West Michigan winters and colder trial sites. Flowers cover the top two thirds of these plants from mid to late summer, with colorful calyxes extending interest well into fall. Pollinators are known to frequent these plants and they are a particular favorite of hummingbirds. Soft peach flowers are held on the mauve calyxes of 'Queen Nectarine'. Compared with 'Royal Raspberry', this is noticeably taller. Best performance comes in full sun with well drained soils. Agastache are well-adapted to thrive in dry soils and is right at home in rock gardens and xeric container plantings where it will attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and honeybees. This is one of the easiest perennials to grow. Height: 30.0-36.0 Inches Spread: 32.0-36.0 Inches Hardiness Zones: 5,6,7,8,9 Flower Color: Peach shades Foliage Color: Green shades Sunlight: Full Sun (> 6 hrs. Direct Sun) Water Requirements: Low Water Needs Average Water Needs

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CULTIVATE 2024
CULTIVATE 2024

13-16 Jun 2024 Columbus (USA - Ohio) Hall Vide - Stand 909, NV55

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