‘Peachie Keen’ Agastache Is a Jaw-Dropping Hummingbird Magnet

Fine Gardening – Issue 206
Peachie Keen' agastache
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If you are looking to draw attention to your garden this summer, look no further than ‘Peachie Keen’ agastache. This perennial shines with alluring summer blooms and fragrance that make it a delight for people as well as hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies. A stalwart plant that has no problem with heat, humidity, or dry conditions, ‘Peachie Keen’ is a great choice for mixed plantings as well as containers. The peach and plum flowers are stunning when paired with foliage plants of deep burgundy to purple, such as ‘Dark Star’ coleus (Plectranthus scutellarioides ‘Dark Star’, Zone 11) and ‘Obsidian’ heuchera (Heuchera ‘Obsidian’, Zones 4–9).

‘Peachie Keen’ agastache

Agastache ‘Peachie Keen’

Zones: 6–9

Size: 24 inches tall and wide

Conditions: Full sun; dry, well-drained soil

Native range: North America and Asia


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