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Hyssop, isn't it, Tom?

yes some say hysso some say Hyssopus  some say Hyslop and to top it all just SAY agastache it is anise-scented i drink it in my tea has a very nice scent and taste

It is remarkably attractive to bumble bees and other pollinators and remains in flower for months! We planted some in a flower box on the back deck two years ago and this year it is growing wild all around the deck.

you dry the leave in a paper bag makes a nice tea the moncton food bank people grew some this year in there garden this year people are using it

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