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Agastache rugosa

Korean Mint
Family:
Labiatae


picture: mid-August 2004

Origin:
China, Japan, Korea

Type:
perennial

Flowering/Fruiting:
tba as we observe this location through the seasons.

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Catchtail Comments:
This relative of the Nettle-leafed horseming is growing quite vigorously here. We love the anise smell and taste of the leaves, which we like to nibble on or add to salads.We got this plant at Peggy Schafer's Chinese Medicinal Herb nursery in Petaluma.

Links:
http://www.anniesannuals.com/signs/a/Agastache_rugosa_KM.htm

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