I grow a vairety of Agastache called Honeybee Blue from seed. The bees really go for it. It seems reasonably hardy here and reseeds around the main plants to some degree.
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But overall, I'd have to say they like the Autumn Joy sedum better. It has a shorter bloom time, but the bees can't leave it alone.
Now if I just had a few dozen acres of each of these two plants.
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