Agapanthus Africanus


Agapanthus are semi-evergreen and flowers July to September. Likes full sun, fertile, moist well-drained soil. In colder regions or more exposed gardens, the Agapanthus may lose some of its leaves in winter but fresh new growth will appear again in spring. Semi-hardy


Petals trumpet-shaped blue flowers which can be variable in colour appear from July to September on straight stems above bold clumps of strap-like, mid-green leaves. Beautiful African lilies light up your garden in late summer, like sunny, well-drained borders, or large patio pot. If temperatures fall below zero, container-grown specimens should be overwintered in a frost free place. They are native to South Africa.

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