From the monthly archives: November 2009

Plant: Agastache mexicana

On November 25, 2009 By

Agastache mexicana Random fun facts: – The younger leaves are slightly lemon scented and can be used in tea or as an herb used in salads or cooked dishes. – If you like observing hummingbirds, seriously consider growing this plant on your property. The Specs: Family: Labiatae Genus: Agastache Species: mexicana Common Name: Mexican Hyssop […]

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The Curatorial Department from Longwood Gardens participated in the Darwin and Botany in a Changing World: 150 Years after The Origin of Species symposium held on October 22, 2009. We actually made a day of it because we wanted to see the herbarium as well as the library there at the Academy of Natural Sciences. […]

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