← Back to Plant List


Hummingbird Mint

Agastache, or 'hummingbird mint' is a slow growing fragrant perennial herb that produces flower spikes in shades of yellow, orange, red, pink, blue, or deep purple. The almond-shaped leaves cluster near the ground and some varieties have a frosted or powdered look. The orange to red flowers attract hummingbirds because of their trumpet shape, while the blue blossoms attract butterflies. When crushed, agastache foliage smells like a cross between mint and licorice.


Zone_5Zone_9 5 to 9

Water_use_1Water_use_3 Very Low to Average

Exposure_2Exposure_3 Part Sun to Full Sun

Growth Rate Moderate

Height 2' 11" (0.889 m)

Width 2' 11" (0.889 m)

To see more information such as colors, bloom times, uses, along with access to over 21,000 high quality images, please Sign Up » or Log In »

← Back to Plant List