Agastache nepetoides





Attracts wildlife: specific butterfly species

Agastache nepetoides, YELLOW GIANT HYSSOP, is a wildflower in the Lamiaceae family. It prefers medium watering, grows to 6 feet tall (or more) and blooms during summer and fall. It grows in the Eastern United States. It an be grown from seed and favors Zones 2-8. It is called YELLOW GIANT HYSSOP, however, the it often presents nearly white blossoms.

Agastache nepetoides is reported to attract Danaus plexippus, MONARCH. has useful information about this wildflower.

An informative paper mentions that it may be a useful plant for bee forage and may be pollinated by butterflies.