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Agapanthus africanus ‘Blue’

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This is a genus is native to southern Africa and grows in upright clumps from fleshy rhizomes that produce short, tuberous roots. Tufts of strap-like arching leaves are produced on short stems and are 12-24 inches long and 1-2 inches wide. Most are evergreen and stay attractive even when not in bloom although there are deciduous types. Flowers are produced in clusters held above the foliage and are tubular or bell-shaped in shades of blues, purple or white with a darker stripe down the center of each petal. Bloom time is summer and in frost-free areas will bloom into fall.

Plant in full sun to partial shade in sandy-loam well-drained soils. If growing in a pot allow the plant to become rootbound as it will bloom best under those conditions. Use in the border or on the patio in a container. Great as a cut flower.

Agapanthus can be grown in zones 8a-11b and is moderately salt-tolerant. While is has some resistance to deer browsing, agapanthus is not immune to deer. It is poisonous to humans if ingested.

Choose a sunny position planted in free draining soil and well, let them do their thing. For container cultivation it’s best to improve standard multi purpose compost with the addition of around 20% John Inness number 3 compost to the mix. The occasional drench of a good organic fertiliser such as seaweed feed is our favourite too, encouraging healthy grow, flowers and generally maintaining good health of the plant. Occasionally snails and slugs can take a liking to the new growth, not usually a big problem but worth checking. Oh and don’t forget if you get tempted by one of these big beautiful evergreen agapanthus, and who could blame you, please remember to give shelter should really cold weather appear.

  • Flowering period:July, September.
  • Colour (flower):Blue.
  • Colour (leaf):Green.
  • Height:60cm.
  • Location:Sun.
  • Evergreen:Yes.
  • Hardiness:-5 °C
  • Wind resistant:Yes
  • Flowers:Fragrant, suitable for bouquets

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DESCRIPTION

This is a genus is native to southern Africa and grows in upright clumps from fleshy rhizomes that produce short, tuberous roots. Tufts of strap-like arching leaves are produced on short stems and are 12-24 inches long and 1-2 inches wide. Most are evergreen and stay attractive even when not in bloom although there are deciduous types. Flowers are produced in clusters held above the foliage and are tubular or bell-shaped in shades of blues, purple or white with a darker stripe down the center of each petal. Bloom time is summer and in frost-free areas will bloom into fall.

Plant in full sun to partial shade in sandy-loam well-drained soils. If growing in a pot allow the plant to become rootbound as it will bloom best under those conditions. Use in the border or on the patio in a container. Great as a cut flower.

Agapanthus can be grown in zones 8a-11b and is moderately salt-tolerant. While is has some resistance to deer browsing, agapanthus is not immune to deer. It is poisonous to humans if ingested.

Choose a sunny position planted in free draining soil and well, let them do their thing. For container cultivation it’s best to improve standard multi purpose compost with the addition of around 20% John Inness number 3 compost to the mix. The occasional drench of a good organic fertiliser such as seaweed feed is our favourite too, encouraging healthy grow, flowers and generally maintaining good health of the plant. Occasionally snails and slugs can take a liking to the new growth, not usually a big problem but worth checking. Oh and don’t forget if you get tempted by one of these big beautiful evergreen agapanthus, and who could blame you, please remember to give shelter should really cold weather appear.

  • Flowering period:July, September.
  • Colour (flower):Blue.
  • Colour (leaf):Green.
  • Height:60cm.
  • Location:Sun.
  • Evergreen:Yes.
  • Hardiness:-5 °C
  • Wind resistant:Yes
  • Flowers:Fragrant, suitable for bouquets