Lovely Photos, Tee & Charleen!
FYI, That 'Lambada' looks like Monarda 'Lambada.' Monardas are also in the Lamiaceae family and "cousins" to the Salvias and Agastaches.
Ann, I'm not sure how the western Agastaches would do at your place since they don't care for humidity and hot nights. The few I've had have been short lived, only living a few years with the exception of rupestris which is still hanging in there. There is a new one that I just got called 'Heat Wave' that is supposedly more tolerant of heat and humidity. I got mine at a local nursery but I saw some at Home Depot too. I think 'Tutti Frutti' is supposed to do better too but mine is new. The broader leaved, blue, bee pollinated Agastaches are much more adaptable and can be invasive when happy.
I can only do a few photos at a time thanks to my flaky computer. Here are a some from my garden a couple of years ago.
Agastache 'Blue Fortune' and a few wisps of Agastache aurantiaca 'Coronado' growing with Lilium and Echinacea 'Pixie Meadowbrite'
Here is Salvia hybrid 'Silke's Dream' (darcyi x microphylla)
Agastache aurantiaca 'Coronado' growing with Salvia greggii 'Lipstick'