A dwarf evergreen form of Agapanthus found near Adelaide in the Eastern Cape area of South Africa. Plants have strap-like foliage and a long flowering season, with masses of bright blue flowers from June/July to September. This Agapanthus grows 50-80cm in height when in flower and is well suited to a smaller garden and to growing in pots. They are good cut flowers.
Agapanthus prefers a well drained soil in a sunny or partially shaded site, with plenty of water in the summer. These are generally hardy in the UK (to about -10 degrees Celcius). The leaves may die back if frosted too hard but plants often survive and re-grow in spring. Container plants can be brought into a greenhouse over winter.
Pack of 20 seeds. Sow in spring or autumn. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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