Graceful spikes of fashionable, rich, peachy-apricot are borne in profusion on this shorter version of this very attractive & gardenworthy Hyssop from the Southwest. The stems are erect, the form is nice & bushy and the licorice-scented leaves are a lovely gray-green. Blooming from late Summer thru Fall, it’s beautiful with blues like Wahlenbergia species or lavender Laurentia axillaris. Big with butterflies & hummingbirds! Its shorter size makes it an excellent choice for large containers or front of bed. More tolerant of Summer water than other Southwestern Hyssops. Fertile, well-drained soil is best.