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Agastache Black Adder

£3.49

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The Agastache Black Adder flowers from June to late September, therefore a plant you can enjoy all summer. The delicate stems of tiny violet flowers and aromatic leaves make it particularly attractive to butterflies, bees and other pollinating insects. The Black Adder has recently become very popular, especially for borders. Leave the fallen leaves and faded stems in the autumn to prevent freezing and cut back in early spring.

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The Agastache Black Adder flowers from June to late September, therefore a plant you can enjoy all summer. The delicate stems of tiny violet flowers and aromatic leaves make it particularly attractive to butterflies, bees and other pollinating insects. The Black Adder has recently become very popular, especially for borders. Leave the fallen leaves and faded stems in the autumn to prevent freezing and cut back in early spring.

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