How to Grow Anise Hyssop

Not really in the hyssop family, nor in the anise family 🙂

Botanical Information

Taxonomy

  • Agastache foeniculum
  • Family: Lamiaceae (Mint Family)

History

Native North American mint-like herb

Physical Description

Flavor: anise

Varieties & Cultivars

Categories or Types

Colors Available

Varieties

Growth Requirements

Climate & Temperature Requirements

Air Temperature

Soil Temperature

Humidity

Day Length or Light Requirements

Site Conditions Favored

Soil Requirements

Soil Texture

pH

Nutrient Requirements

Propagation

Methods of propagation

Seed

Division

Cuttings

Transplanting or Potting Up

Seed Saving

Planting Out

Bed Prep & Soil Amendments

Bed Spacing

Row Spacing

Planting Depth

Alternative Bed Methods

Container Gardening

Routine Cultivation & Maintenance

Water Requirements

Fertilization Recommendations

Mulching & Weeding

Pinching or Pruning & Dividing

Support

Winterizing

Companion Planting

Helpful Companions

Harmful Companions

Companion to..

Pests, Diseases & Problems

Common Pests

Common Diseases

Symptoms

Whole Plant

Leaves

Stem/Trunk

Flowers

Fruit

Roots

Harvesting & Storage

Edible Parts of the Plant

Yield

Days to Harvest / Harvest Timing

Harvest Methods

Storage of harvest

Fresh

Canned

Frozen

Pickled

Dried

Cooking

Nutritional Benefits & Values

Flavor comes mostly from estragole, a flavor compound found in tarragon, basil, anise, star anise, and more – not anethole, as in real anise.

Toxicity

Cooking

Preparation

Cooking Methods

Recipes

Resources

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