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Holm Design & Consulting LLC
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Great Design Plant: Anise Hyssop - A Treat for Black Licorice Lovers
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Great Design Plant: Anise Hyssop - A Treat for Black Licorice Lovers
Agastache foeniculum, anise hyssop plant blooms mid to late summer
Anise Hyssop-native to midwest, discourages deer
then you will want to include anise hyssop (Agastache foeniculum) in your landscape; crushing the foliage releases an anise (licorice) scent that smells
Anise Hyssop is native, and likes dryish sandy soil.
Botanical name: Agastache foeniculumCommon names: Anise hyssop, fragrant hyssopOrigin: Native to the northern portion of North America, including Washington
to clay-loamLight requirement: Full sun to partial sunShown: A cluster of anise hyssop plants growing in a prairie remnant in southern Minnesota
Anise hyssop - native to Colorado...Anise hyssop - grow in natural areas
“black licorice, as I do, then you will want to include anise hyssop (Agastache foeniculum) in your l” — gingerchi1
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Golden Variegated Sweet Flag
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to 10) and spikemoss (Selaginella spp, zones vary). Shrubs like Florida anise (Illicium floridanum, zones 7 to 10), Southern wax myrtle (Myrica cerifera
to 10) and spikemoss (Selaginella spp, zones vary). Shrubs like Florida anise (Illicium floridanum, zones 7 to 10), Southern wax myrtle (Myrica cerifera
“Shade plants” — radkar
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
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Great Design Plant: Anise Hyssop - A Treat for Black Licorice Lovers
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Great Design Plant: Anise Hyssop - A Treat for Black Licorice Lovers
Anise hyssop - color, shape, dry tolerant, licorice fragrance
ANISE hyssop - very drought tolerant; thrives in sand or gravel
Botanical name: Agastache foeniculum Common names: Anise hyssop, fragrant hyssop Origin: Native to the northern
“anise hyssop (agastache foeniculum)” — Di
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Floribunda rose
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Licorice. Who doesn't love a sweet anise scent? This old
Licorice. Who doesn't love a sweet anise scent? This old-fashioned aroma puts me in my happy place; it's reminiscent of childhood visits to candy stores
2. Licorice. Who doesn't love a sweet anise scent? This old-fashioned aroma puts me in my happy place; it's reminiscent of childhood visits to candy stores
Julia Child - anise scented rose...licorice rose for sweet anise scent
“Licorice. Who doesn't love a sweet anise scent? This old-fashioned aroma puts me in my happy place;” — Anne Power
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French tarragon
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Tarragon is prized for its culinary value, tasting and smelling similar to anise or licorice. Fussy to grow preferring afternoon shade and regular water
‘Sativa’) is prized for its culinary value, tasting and smelling similar to anise or licorice. French tarragon is a little fussier to grow, preferring afternoon
‘Sativa’) is prized for its culinary value, tasting and smelling similar to anise or licorice. French tarragon is a little fussier to grow, preferring afternoon
“ترخون tarragon” — Nani Sa
J. Hirsch Interior Design, LLC
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J. Hirsch Interior Design Portfolio
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Currey & Company Anise Chandelier.
“Bedding, colors” — thomassonsc
Morris & Woodhouse Interiors llc
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playful in a kid’s bathroom with a brightly color sink. This one from Studio Anise in NYC is sure to get the kids brushing their teeth. More: 6 Elements of
Studio Anise in Soho, NY
“Coolest sink” — johnhritz
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Holiday Decor
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holiday kitchen items like clementines, pomegranates, nuts in the shell, star anise and cinnamon sticks. Once you've amassed a bunch of pretty stuff, arrange
“Frame and wreath” — 75167516kk
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