I've potted up many Anise Hyssop, Motherwort, Catnip, and Comfrey 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. Motherwort blooms a bit earlier than Anise Hyssop and is much beloved by the bees. Ditto with Catnip and Comfrey. All of these are low maintenance, spreading perennials.