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Agastache aurantiaca Mango Tango

Scientific Name : Agastache aurantiaca
Common Name : Anise Hyssop
Hardiness Zone : 6a - 9b
Hardiness Degree : -10°F (-23°C)
Blooming Season : Late Summer
Plant Habit : Mounded
Characteristics : Attracts Bees, Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Attracts Hummingbirds, Fragrant Flowers, Scented Foliage, Heat Tolerant, Low Maintenance
Water : Light
Fertilizer : Once a month
Spacing : 16 - 18" (41 - 46cm)
Height : 16 - 18" (41 - 46cm)
Width : 14 - 16" (36 - 41cm)
Exposure : Sun
General Information : One of the easiest perennials to grow.
This compact selection forms a dense, rounded clump of aromatic, green foliage topped with spikes of mango-orange flowers held in dusky rose calyxes over a long period.
Attracts butterflies.
Idea & Tips : This heat and drought-tolerant perennial requires excellent drainage; add gravel to the soil when planting if necessary.
Grows best in full sun.
Grower Information : Selected for its compact habit and vibrant flower color. Overall, the plant has a rich, mango-orange color. Individual flowers have dusky rose calyxes and light peach to dusky orange flowers. A deeper shade of orange than ‘Peachie Keen’. Flowers cover the top three-quarters of the plant.
'Mango Tango'
Protection InformationPP28,747
Breeder : Walters Gardens
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    • Bloom Months:
      Late Summer

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