Drought-Tolerant Agastache Perennials for Sale | Garden Goods Direct
With their anise and mint fragrance, as well as vibrant violet stalks, drought-tolerant agastache perennials are an eye-catching addition to any landscape. If you’re looking forward to adding this hardy plant to your garden, consider our beautiful selection of drought-tolerant agastache perennials for sale at Garden Goods Direct.
Types of Drought-Tolerant Agastache Perennials
Many hybrids of this gardener-favorite perennial are available, including:
- Agastache Black Adder: Butterflies, hummingbirds and bees adore this drought-tolerant agastache perennial, which blooms from June to September. Its array of bottle-brush red violet flowers is the perfect focal point in mixed borders.
- Agastache Blue Fortune: Pollinators also love this drought-tolerant agastache perennial variety, which flowers from July to September. Its blossom clusters that marry shades of blue and violet are also ideal for focal points.
Differences between varieties often include their flowers, bloom time and growing zones. All attract pollinators.
Why Plant Drought-Tolerant Agastache Perennials?
A feature shared by many perennials is their beauty, which is also why so many gardeners choose to plant them. In addition to their striking appearance, drought-tolerant agastache perennials also offer a bold fragrance that’s bound to awaken your senses.
Another reason gardeners choose to buy drought-tolerant agastache perennials is for their versatile uses. Add sharp shades of violet to your butterfly gardens, incorporate a minty fragrance into your cottage garden or bring a focal point to your walkways with this drought- and deer-resistant perennial.
Tips for Choosing the Right Variety of Drought-Tolerant Agastache Perennials
With so many varieties of drought-tolerant agastache perennials for sale, it’s tempting to choose those with the most visual appeal. As our nursery experts advise, though, it’s essential to choose varieties that will thrive in your landscape.
We recommend asking the following questions before ordering your perennials:
- What growing zone does this variety prefer?
- What kind of soil does it need to thrive?
- How much sunlight does it require?
- How much space does it need?
Compare your answers to your home. Varieties like the drought-tolerant agastache black adders, for example, flourish in growing zones six through nine, preferring soil that’s dry to average in moisture and reaching a mature height and width of up to 3 feet.
How to Care for Drought-Tolerant Agastache Perennials
The moment your drought-tolerant agastache perennials arrive, you need to begin caring for them. Discover a space in full sunlight to partial shade, then create a hole that’s as wide as your perennials’ root systems — avoid digging a hole deeper than their soil line.
If you plant your drought-tolerant agastache perennials in a shaded area, you may want to stake them. It’s common for tall perennials to become elongated in shaded spots. By staking them, they’ll keep their impressive stature.
Contact Garden Goods to Buy Drought-Tolerant Agastache Perennials Today
With their showy and statuesque blossoms, as well as distinct their fragrance, drought-tolerant agastache perennials are a bold addition to your landscape. At Garden Goods Direct, our nursery experts nurture these low-maintenance perennials from seed until they’re ready to flourish in your garden.
Buy your drought-tolerant agastache perennials today from America’s leading online garden center!