Agastache is in the Hyssop family of herbs and makes a flavorful tea. It is a striking plant that has many varieties, some of which are hardy and others that are frost tender and grown as annuals in most cooler climates. Growing Agastache requires sun and well drained soil.The Agastache flower is commonly found in purple to lavender but may also bloom in pink, rose, blue, white and orange. Growing Agastache as a drought-loving perennial actually produces the best plantsCultivation:Best in well-drained soil and will cope with dry, poor soils very well. They can be grown in full sun but will take some shade if dry. Pests and Diseases:None really. Slugs may cause very minor damage in early springCommon names: Bubble Mint. Members of the Lamiaceae (Dead Nettle) family.