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Agastache, Bolero

Wand-like rose-blue spikes offer summerlong enchantment.
Floating above bronze-green foliage, ‘Bolero’s wand-like 16-18” tall rose-blue spikes offer summerlong enchantment of delicious color, graceful form and beguiling licorice fragrance. Midsummer, the densely flowering, compact plants are a favorite rendezvous for local bees, butterflies and hummingbirds on a quest for nectar. An outstanding performer, Bolero’s easy to manage, pest-resistant and drought-tolerant. Well-suited for a sunny border, or for edging a driveway. Thrives in full sun, well-drained soil.

Product Details

LifeCycle: Perennial 

Uses: Beds, Borders, Cut Flowers 

Sun: Full Sun, Part Sun 

Height: 16-18  inches

Spread: 16-18  inches

Bloom Duration: 10  weeks

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Item # Order Quantity Price
33395A
1 Pkt.
(50 Seeds)
$4.95
21499
1 Plant
$9.95

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