Agastache 'Blue Fortune'

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Buy Agastache 'Blue Fortune' Mexican giant hyssop: Aromatic foliage and very handsome flowers

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained, fertile soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: July to October
  • Hardiness: hardy (borderline)

    Two-lipped, lavender-blue flowers form in whorls around the short, upright spike from midsummer to early autumn. These are very attractive to beneficial insects including bees, and if left on the plant will remain interesting well into winter.

  • Garden care: Don't cut back the faded flower-stems in until early spring, as they provide interest in the winter months. Lift and divide congested colonies in spring.

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Lovely Plant


It is in a pot and last year looked lovely, so have fingers x for the coming year.

Flossy 48

Chippenham, Wiltshire


I would recommend this product


Excellent plants that have grown really well and are beautiful.




Earns its keep


Flowered all summer and did not need staking


Rural Essex




Easy in well-drained soil. Not such a showy flower or as good a blue as 'Blue Boa'.



I would recommend this product


The plant grows under a plum tree happily. It is bee friendly, hardy - I have only just cut it back. It ha a bit of an untidy habit but I do not mind that!


East Devon



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Advice on planting your pre-designed Red Summer border Dear sir/madam I am particularly interested in buying the Red Summer Pre Designed Border. Please can you tell me whether these plants are suitable for planting in conjunction with weed inhibiting fabric. I want to minimise the amount of weeding required. Many thanks for your help Ruth

Ruth Hamilton

Hello Ruth, You can plant these into the weed supressing fabric without any trouble at all, provided you make sure the fabric allows the water to drain through. All you need to do is cut big crosses into the fabric and peel back the edges to plant and then fold back the edges again. I hope this helps.

Crocus Helpdesk

What can I plant in my planting bed? I have lost a plant in the middle of a border and am left with an unsightly hole which I would like to fill with some colour again. It is a narrow border so I don't want anything too large - probably no bigger than 50x50 cm. It is a mixed shrub/perennial border of pink, blue and white, which gets lots of sun and tends to be fairly dry - the soil is clay. The surrounding plants are perennial cornflower, hardy geraniums and osteospermum. Can you recommend something which will quickly fill the gap?

Annabelle Coombs

There are some lovely plants that would be suitable for the spot you described. Just click on the link below each plant name to find out more about that particular one. Agastache Blue Fortune Dicentra spectabilis Geranium maculatum Elizabeth Ann Polemonium caeruleum Sanguisorba albiflora


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