- Flower nameAgastache liquorice blue
- Scientific nameAgastache rugosa 'liquorice blue'
- AliasAgastache rugosa, liquorice Blue
- Place of originhorticultural variety
- Place of floweringGarden, Cut flowers, flower arrangement, Botanical Gardens, Horticultural species, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September, October
- Language of flowersCleaning
What is Agastache liquorice blue
Agastache liquorice blue (scientific name: Agastache rugosa 'liquorice blue') is a horticultural variety of Agastache rugosa, a cold-hardy perennial herb native to North America. It is a well-branched plant that produces many small, blue-purple lip-shaped flowers in spring and fall from the leaf axils.
Common name: Agastache licorice blue, Scientific name: Agastache rugosa 'liquorice blue', Origin: Horticultural species; Environment: moist woodland, Type of life: cold-hardy perennial, herb height: 60-100 cm, Stem: erect; Leaf color: green; Leaf shape: ovate with a pointed tip.
Leaf blade: serrate; leaf blade: opposite; inflorescence height: 10 cm; flower color: blue-purple; Flowering season: May-October; pedicel: lobed; sepals: tubular with 5 lobes; stamens: 4, longer than flowers; fruit: 4-parted; berry: ovoid, Fruit shape: ovoid; Propagation: cuttings; Notes: nectar plant; flowers and leaves fragrant; uses, Uses: Garden, cut flowers, spices, herbal tea, potpourri, dried flowers.