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Agapanthus Blue & White CollectionAfrican Blue Lily

Hardy Perennial

What is Hardy Perennial?
A plant that lives for more than two years.
Capable of withstanding outdoor winter temperatures down to -15C.

FROM £11.99

86% (273 Reviews)

Magnificent mix combining blue 'Queen of the Ocean' and white 'Polar Ice'

Large spherical blooms are magnificent in cut flower displays

Architectural seed heads continue the display well into autumn

Impressive perennials - hardy in many parts of the UK

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Height Up to 120cm (47.2in)
Spread Up to 60cm (23.6in)

Hardy Perennial

patiocottage gardens

Sun or semi shade

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Description
This magnificent mix combines blue Agapanthus 'Queen of the Ocean' and white Agapanthus 'Polar Ice' for a striking two tone display. In summer, these impressive perennials lend their stature to borders and patio containers, where their architectural seed heads continue the display well into autumn. The large spherical blooms are also magnificent in cut flower displays. Hardy in many parts of the UK, where good drainage and protective winter mulch is provided. Height: 120cm (47"). Spread: 60cm (24").


12 bare root agapanthus plants (6 of each variety) (74991)
6 bare root agapanthus plants (3 of each variety) (73718)

How to Grow
Your bare roots should be planted at the earliest opportunity following delivery. Once planted, they will remain in their dormant state until the spring. Above ground you won't see much happening over the winter, but the roots will be establishing ready for your agapanthus plants to grow away quickly once the warmer weather arrives. Grow Agapanthus plants in rich fertile, well drained soil, in a sunny position. When growing Agapanthus in patio containers use a soil based compost, such as John Innes No.3 .
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Feed and water African Lilies regularly throughout the growing season. Leave faded Agapanthus flower stems intact to enjoy their architectural seed heads during autumn. When the first frost blacken the seed heads, cut the stems back to ground level. Protect plants outdoors from severe winter weather by providing a dry mulch of bark chips or straw in late autumn. Container grown plants can be moved to a frost free position over winter. Divide agapanthus clumps in spring when they become over crowded.
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