One of the many joys of the garden is when a pair of plants placed beside each other comes into beautiful complementary bloom at the same time. In this case, a Shasta daisy goes head to pretty head with an Agastache, and the battle is one of beauty and grace and perfect harmony.
It helps that each has a lengthy bloom season, at least compared to some plants whose blooms are spent in a day.
I do find myself favoring the purple cool panache of the Agastache, but daisies carry their own potent charm, so I guess I’m still torn. It’s a very pretty place to be.Back to Blog