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Types of Hyssop

"Hot" Hyssops
"Hot" Hyssops

Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) is both a culinary herb and an attractive clumping, woody-stemmed perennial. Native to southern Europe, hyssop grows up to 2 feet tall and 1 1/2 feet wide, with glossy leaves and dark blue, pink or lavender, spiky flowers that bloom through summer and into fall in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 10.

Anise Hyssop
Anise Hyssop

Anise hyssop is a great plant for attracting bees, butterflies and beetles. Easy to grow and often blooming from seed the first year, this short-lived perennial offers purple-blue flowers and fragrant foliage for ornamental or herb gardens, but is also at home in prairies and meadows.

Common Hyssop
Common Hyssop

Hyssop is an attractive flowering herb commonly grown for its flavorful leaves. Growing a hyssop plant is easy and makes a lovely addition to the garden. Find out how to grow hyssop plants in this article.

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Giant Hyssops
Giant Hyssops

Our very own prairie native, Giant Hyssop (Agastache foeniculum), was the "Plant of the Month" in an article written by John Valleau of Valleybrook Gardens, a very large perennial grower in Ontario and B.C.

Korean Hyssop
Korean Hyssop

Hyssop - Korean 7 Reviews | Write a Review (Agastache rugosa) Perennial, more robust relative to Anise Hyssop, with similar flavor and overall appearance except that, at four feet tall, it is much larger.

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Rock Hyssop
Rock Hyssop

Also known as Holy Herb, hyssop oil is considered by many to be one of the most sacred in aromatherapy. With its rich, herbaceous aroma, Hyssop oil: With its rich, herbaceous aroma, Hyssop oil: Acts as a centering meditative aid.