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Anise Hyssop

  

Description

Both the flower and leaves have an intense licorice aroma and flavor. Purple flowers atop bright green leaves.

Growth

To height of 4’

Light

Full-partial sun

Hardiness

Perennial in zones 4-10

Uses

Butterfly Attractant, Culinary, Medicinal

Suggestions

Fresh or dried, makes a delicious tea that pairs well with baked goods. Dried leaves can be used in place of anise seeds to flavor cookies.

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