Agastache aurantiaca 'P012S'
Yellow tinged flowers with orange helmets of fiery color. Blooms from midsummer to autumn frost. This silvery-leaved southwestern wildflower is intensely aromatic. Sunny, well drained sites. Perennial. Tips from the pros: Does not respond well to over-watering, so keep on the dry side once established. Plant in areas with full sun or a warm microclimate to ensure longevity. Wait until spring to cut back old growth.
|Flowering Season||Midsummer to frost|
|Sun||Sun, Partial Sun|
|Water Needs||Moderate to dry|
|USDA Hardiness Zone||Zones 5-9|
|Soil Type||Loam or sandy|
|Good for Pollination||Yes|
|North American Native||Yes|
|Annual Commercial Maintenance||Cut back to base/shear down to ground every spring. Then rake up.|
|5-10 Year Commercial Maintenance||Replace plants that may die every 5-10 years.|
|Elevation Guide||Up to 6200 ft|