Deer Resistant Agastache Perennials for Sale | Garden Goods Direct
With their bell-shaped, violet-colored flowers, which burst forth from royal purple buds, deer resistant agastache perennials are a stunning addition to your landscape that attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. At Garden Goods Direct, we offer a few varieties of Deer Resistant Agastache Perennials for sale.
Types of Deer Resistant Agastache Perennials
Deer resistant agastache perennials are available in a few varieties at Garden Goods Direct, including:
- Agastache black adder: With its long-lasting and licorice-scented blooms, this perennial offers landscapes in growing zones six through nine a bold and aromatic flower for butterfly, patio and cottage gardens.
- Agastache blue fortune: With lavender-blue flowers that last until the first frost, this perennial provides an excellent way to attract pollinators in growing zones six through nine. It also adds a focal point to gardens with mixed borders or walkways.
Both varieties attract wildlife and offer similar uses within landscapes, though some of their characteristics differ.
Why Plant Deer Resistant Agastache Perennials?
Aside from their stunning appearance, deer resistant agastache perennials are also favored by gardeners for their hardiness. They’re drought-tolerant, suitable for average soils and free of any serious insect or disease threats.
Deer resistant agastache perennials are useful across gardens and landscapes too, for:
- Cottage gardens
- Butterfly gardens
- Patio gardens
In addition, if you love making floral arrangements, deer resistant agastache perennials are an excellent choice.
Tips for Choosing the Right Variety of Deer Resistant Agastache Perennials
Before selecting your deer resistant agastache perennials, it’s essential to review their needs. A trusted technique our nursery experts use in their gardens is to ask the following questions:
- Does my growing zone match the variety’s?
- Would my garden space support the plant’s mature size?
- Is my soil appropriate for the variety’s needs?
- Does my garden space offer enough sunlight and protection?
With deer resistant agastache perennials, you want an average soil. Deer resistant agastache blue fortune and black adder perennials reach a mature height and width of up to three feet, and they thrive in full sunlight. If your landscape may not support deer resistant agastache perennials, consider other types of deer resistant perennials.
How to Care for Deer Resistant Agastache Perennials
Care for deer resistant agastache perennials begins at planting. Find an area in full sun, and then dig a hole that’s as wide as your plant’s root system. Avoid creating a hole that goes beyond its soil line.
Add some Bio-tone, which is a starter fertilizer, and mulch, which locks in moisture and provides nutrients. Water your deer resistant agastache perennials until they’re established. Following bloom, deadhead your perennials — for colder climates, do this in the winter and for warmer climates, in the early spring.
Contact Garden Goods to Buy Deer Resistant Agastache Perennials Today
Perennials are natural beauties, and deer resistant agastache perennials are no exception. Their unique appearance and purple color spectrum bring a vibrant look to any garden. At Garden Goods Direct, we know it. Our nursery experts cultivate deer resistant agastache perennials from seed, watching them blossom until they’re ready to take root in your cottage garden or walkway.
Buy your deer resistant agastache perennials today at America’s number one online garden center!