One of the longer blooming Agastache, ‘Blue Boa’ have deep violet flower spikes on display from November to May, each flower spike is around 12cm long. Foliage is a bright to mid green that grows in an upright habit with fragrant leaves smelling of a blend of aniseed and lemon.
Prefers a full sun to part shade position and can tolerate most soil types as long as it has good drainage. When establishing make sure to water well, after established it only needs watering during prolonged dry periods. Dead head flowers regularly during flowering season to promote more blooms.
Perfect for cottage gardens, rockeries and planters. Plant near entertainment areas or along paths to enjoy its fragrance. Flowers are great for floral displays and to attract birds, bees and beneficial insects.