Anise hyssop, scientific name : Agastache foeniculum, is a hardy and heat-tolerant perennial of the Lamiaceae department of Agastache genus native to North America and Canada. Leaves and flowers similar to the scent of anise. Also called Agastache , Giant hyssop, or fennel hyssop. Source of dense vegetation and a small lip shaped flowers on long spikes Lamiaceae. Is usually purple, white and pink varieties. Grown as an ornamental for its other, dried leaves, and is used as a herbal medicine and herbal spices such as curry dishes. Umbelliferae anise
(Anise) and a separate plant.
Common name: Anise hyssop,scientific name:Agastache foeniculum, aka: AGASTACHE (Agastache), AGASTACHE, Giant hyssop , on"> Fennel hyssop, category: Plantae Angiosperm gate true dicots Mint
Department Kawa Middle belonging, origin: Canada-North America, environment: moist woodland, Living type: perennials, plant height: 50-egg 100 cm, pointed tip: green, leaf, stem: upright, leaf color, leaf margin: serrated with, phyllotaxis: vs., flowers: spikes, flowers high: 8-15 cm, flower color: purple, white, peach, flowering period: May-October, small flower: lip shape, Calyx form: cylindrical with a 5 crack ,: Number of stamens and four longer than the flower, fruit type: 4-fruit, fruit shape: oval, propagation: cuttings, remarks: nectar source plants, flowers and leaves to aromatic, use: garden planted, dried flowers, potpourri, herb and spice.