Common Name: African Lily
Description: Agapanthus is a clump forming plant from dense fleshy roots with strong, arching, strap-like, green leaves. These evergreen perennial plants produce vibrant globes of tubular blue/purple flowers atop 1m long, erect stalks from November through February. They are excellent border plants and also go well in amongst shrubs; though beware their ability to spread. Will thrive in almost any conditions, will tolerate cold and dry periods once established. Remove dead flower stalks and leaves to keep tidy.
Mature Size: 1.2m (h) x 0.8m (w)
Position: Full sun