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Free Anise Hyssop Plants to Share in Central Massachusetts

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I've potted up many Anise Hyssop plants that I'm eager to share. Anise Hyssop is a native, perennial, wildflower that bees love. According to the Rodale's Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening [1969, pp. 522-523] one acre planted in Anise Hyssop can support *100 Honeybee Hives*. Furthermore these plants make beautiful purple and white flowers, and are very low maintenance.

And so I am delighted to share these wonderful Anise Hyssop plants, for free, with folks in the area that may want to plant them, either for their own hives or to simply help provide pollinators with more food.  


Also, I should note that besides the plants shown in the image I also have many others in the ground I'd be happy to pot up.

To make getting in contact easier I've made a craigslist posting here:https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/grd/d/framingham-free-anise-hyssop-plants/6918527590.html

Hope to hear from you soon!
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