OP · Aromatic · Medicinal · Attracts pollinators
Large mint-anise flavored leaves blush purple and are preferred for use in Korean cuisine.
Plants are erect, sturdy and compact, growing in clumps instead of spreading by runners or self-sowing. Flowering stage produces beautiful purple spikes that are irresistible to pollinators. Cut flowers hold their color and smell when dried. Hardy perennial cousin of Anise Hyssop.