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Agastache 'Blue Fortune' is a European hybrid hyssop known for is vigor, cold hardiness, and adaptability to grow across much of the US. Blue Fortune Hybrid Hyssop's powder blue flower spikes are highly attractive to bees and butterflies.
Tips for growing Agastache
Agastache are sun loving plants with aromatic foliage and flowers. They bloom from mid-summer into early fall and are resistant to rabbits and deer.
Agastache need lean, well-drained soils, prefer gravel mulches, and appreciate deep but infrequent watering after their second growing season
To improve winter-hardiness, and encourage re-seeding, leave the stems intact over the winter. In mid-spring, remove old stems just above the new foliage, about 4 or 5 inches above ground level.
If your conditions don't lend themselves to growing Agastache in your garden, they do well planted in containers.
More in-depth guidance for growing Agastache: Agastache Growing Tips, Agastache: Super-Stars of the Perennial World Part 1, and Agastache: Super-Stars of the Perennial World Part II.
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(based on 12 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Most Liked Positive Review
I had seen this variety of agastache in a book by Oudolf & Kingsbury "Planting - A New Perspective" and was charmed by it but was tentative about trying because all...Read complete review
I had seen this variety of agastache in a book by Oudolf & Kingsbury "Planting - A New Perspective" and was charmed by it but was tentative about trying because all the gardens in the book were back east and in Europe but since it was an agastache I figured why not give it a chance. OMG! When it bloomed it far exceeded my expectations. Absolutely a beautiful and hardy plant in North Central Arizona.
Most Liked Negative Review
I planted it in midAugust, so perhaps it didn't have time to establish enough roots before the frost.
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Adequate but not great
from Brighton, CO
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about High Country Gardens Agastache Blue Fortune:
True, the bees absolutely LOVE this plant; however, both the foliage and blooms become faded and unsightly as the season progresses. I had 3 of them and have replaced all 3 with Blue Blazes and am glad I did. Blue Blazes blooms longer, retains better color longer into the fall, and flops-sprawls less.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Critter-proof as advertised, strong grower
from Klamath Falls, OR
This was one of the few plants I used last year that the deer and rabbits left alone. Plant was over 12" tall by the end of the season. Can't wait to see how much bigger it gets this year!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
very succesful in my bee garden
from Pueblo, CO
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This plant has been so successful and grew much larger than anticipated. I will have to move it to give it more room and stop it from crowding my other plants. I love the scent, bees and butterflies flock to it
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Only one I've found that likes the south
from Beaufort, SC
About Me Master Gardener
I grew up in California and long for some of the plants from the arid southwest. I now live in the coastal southeast. It's wet and humid here in the summer. Most agastaches HATE it here and won't survive, except Blue Fortune. It thrives and is lovely.
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I wopuld reccommend this plant
By Aunty Erika
this is a beautiful flowering plant. It smell wonderful and attracts beneficial insects
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Just like the catalog says
By No, thank you
from Minneapolis, MN
Part of an Agastache "experiment" to see what would do well in my Zone 4 garden, this blue variety grew rapidly, and just like the catalog says, it was quite popular with pollinators. In late January, it's far too early to tell if it will survive the winter and re-emerge in the spring. I was unimpressed with the color – too pale to suit my tastes - but the bees didn't care about that, and flocked to the plant all summer long.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
By Barbara the flower lover
from Estes Park, Co
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Merchant response: Good Day Barbara the flower lover,We are so sorry to hear that the Agastache did not make it through the winter! In zones 5 or below, Agastache is not recommended to be planted in the fall as it requires more time to develop its crown before the frost. Of course, we would never want you to pay for something you never got a chance to enjoy! It is because of this, we fully guarantee all of our products up to a year from the day your order has shipped. We have reached out to you via email to discuss your options so you can get exactly what you paid for! Should you require any further assistance, please do not hesitate to call us at 1-800-925-9387 Our hours are Monday - Friday 7am - 5pm MTHappy Gardening!
(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
from Boise, Idaho
Merchant response: We are so sorry to hear that the Agastache Blue Fortune has not been successful. We would never want you to pay for something that you didn't have a chance to enjoy, that is why we have our 100% guarantee. We truly want our customers to be successful with our products and pleased with our customer service. Please contact us so that we may assist you with a solution. Happy Gardening!
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
I NEED MORE OF THIS PLANT !!!
By Jilly the Gardener
from Burney, California zone 5.
I put in a flower bed in a "town Landscaping Project". Every time I would drive by I would think to myself, wow that looks so beautiful again today, month after month I thought that.
(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
A butterfly and bee attractor!
This is year two for this agastache blue fortune. It is thriving and attracting multiple bees and beautiful butterflies. I highly recommend this plant as an easy to grow and highly beneficial,plant for our insect friends.
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By Mary Mary Quite Contrary
from Chino Valley AZ
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If it's this awesome yr 1 - just image!
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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Great for hummingbirds.
By Martha Stewart of TN
I love watching the hummers go for this plant.
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