Agastache 'Apricot Sunrise' Characteristics
Agastache 'Apricot Sunrise' are a beautiful and fragrant addition to any garden or meadow. The soft orange flowers bloom from June to September, attracting pollinators and beneficial insects.
These plants should receive at least half of a day of sunlight and should not require watering once established. Some supplemental watering my be required in times of drought. This occasional watering can also help to extend the life of the blooms. Mildew, rust and leaf spots may occur.
'Apricot Sunrise' can make a wonderful border plant and a great addition to a pollinator garden. They can be cut and displayed in indoor vases as well as used as an herb in drinks and salads. Backyard patios are a lovely home for 'Apricot Sunrise' because of the tendency to attract butterflies and hummingbirds.