These Anise Hyssop Seeds Have Been Growing Fantastically

by Woodsman78

I planted Anise Hyssop Seeds from David's Garden Seeds in the spring of 2018 in Morris County, NJ. This is deer country so I was a little skeptical. Wanted a hedge to attract bees and butterflies. The first summer they grew well, reaching 2-3 feet high. In the early spring of 2019, I cut back dead stems to about 6 inches. The growth this year is fantastic...all plants at least 5-6 feet tall and very bushy. Butterflies and bees love them, and deer leave them alone! The only thing to watch is that they replicate easily. We found many young plants growing this spring where we didn't want them to. I may have to cut dried flowers in the fall to temper the reseeding.

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Jan 10, 2020
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Anise Hyssop Seeds
by: Juanita

Hello Woodsman78! Thank you for choosing David's Garden Seeds®. I am so glad you are having the success with your plants.

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