Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Agastache mexicana.
Medicinal uses(Warning!)There are no medicinal uses listed for Agastache mexicana.
Division in spring. Fairly simple, if large divisions are used it is possible to plant them straight out into their permanent positions.Basal cuttings of young shoots in spring. Harvest the young shoots when they are about 10 - 15cm tall and pot them up in a lightly shaded position in a greenhouse. They should root within 3 weeks and can be planted out in the summer or following spring.
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Although given a hardiness rating of 9 in  (which means that a plant is not very frost-tolerant), this species is thriving in a sunny bed at Kew Botanical Gardens and so should be hardy to at least zone 7[K]. Another report says that it withstands temperatures down to about -40°c when dormant. Yet another report says that it should succeed outdoors in the milder and drier counties, but that it is not very long-lived.The flowers are very attractive to bees.
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