Anise Hyssop Overview
This is an upright perennial with ovate or lance-shaped leaves that have a lemon scent. The dark pink flowers are borne in spikes in mid-late summer.
Common problems with Anise Hyssop
How to propagate Anise Hyssop
By seed in the spring.
Special features of Anise Hyssop
Other uses of Anise Hyssop
Used as a herb to make tea and flavour food. Grown for its flowers and to attract beneficial insects to the garden.