domestication Coronado Hyssop was a wildflower native to the
southwest. Its foliage is has a bit of a liquorish fragrance.
Coronado Hyssop produces short spikes of yellowish-orange flowers
that attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Plant Coronado Hyssop in well drained, fertile soil in full sun.
Having once been a wildflower the plant prefers moderately dry soil once established.
Propagation: Purchase pre-started Agastache Coronado plants at your local
Garden Center. Once established plants may be dug and divided in
the spring. Space new container grown plants 10" - 12"
apart. Stem cuttings can be rooted anytime during the growing
Potential pests ~ diseases: Mildew or rust may effect
the plant during the heat of the summer.