Flower NameAnise hyssop
Formal NameAgastache foeniculum
AliasAnise hyssop, Agastache, Giant hyssop
HabitatCanada to North America
Anise hyssop, scientific name : Agastache foeniculum, is a hardy and heat-tolerant perennial of the family Lamiaceae 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. The language of flowers is "cleanliness". It is based on what was used to clean sacred places such as the temple. The names are similar, but Anise is a plant of the family Apiaceae in another family.
Common name: Anise hyssop, Scientific name: Agastache foeniculum, also called Agastache, Agastache, Giant hyssop, Fennel Hyssop, Place of Origin: Canada ~ North America, Environment: Moist Forest Zone, Life Type: Perennials, Plant Length: 50-100 cm, Stem: Upright, Leaf Color: Green, Leaf Shape: Tip Shaped Egg Shape, Leaf Margin: Saw Tooth Flower color: bluish purple, white, peach, flowering period: May to October, floral shape: lip shape, calyx shape: cylindrical shape 5 Fruit type: 4 fruit shape, fruit shape: egg shape, breeding method: cutting, remarks: nectar plant, flowers and leaves have fragrance, use: gardening, spice, herb tea , Potpourri, dry flower.
Flower typeZygomorphic Flower
Flower arraySpike Inflorescence
ColorPink, Violet, White
SeasonMay Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Height50 ~ 100 [cm]
Diameter0.5 ~ 0.7