Gardeners produce back-yard, butter Fly havens utilizing aromatic flowers like the Blue Fortune bush (Agastache “Blue Fortune”) to attract nature’s most stunning fluttering bugs. A member of the Hyssop family, Blue Fortune has complete, medium-green leaves with slim flower spires. This perennial repels deer that is hungry and has a scent similar to licorice that attracts hummingbirds. Blue Fortune grows into a height of 40-inches and blooms from spring to fall. Prune this year-round that is bush to motivate blooms that are constant. Blue Fortune bush is hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant-hardiness zones 5 through 9 and and it is appropriate for low water gardens.
As the blooms die, pull invested flowers in the bushes. Use your index and middle finger to produce a form that is scoop and tug the flowers. Throw away the flowers that are dead and prevent leaving particles across the bottom of the bush. Pests disguise in flowers and leaves.
Divide mature crops every three years to slim the flowerbed. Blue Fortune is self-seeding and reproduces rapidly and thickly without division. Give harvest or a way rooted crops the leaves of the plant for pot-pourri crafts.
Trim back Blue Fortune in springtime, prior to new development is exhibited by the plant. Cut back the plant with pruning shears to your height of 6″. Don’t prune in cold temperatures or fall, as this decreases flower creation and weakens the plant.