07 Aug 2017
Forever popular with upright stems of large rounded flowerheads of smaller flowers look like an explosion of fireworks, albeit in much more subtle colours of purple, blue and white.
Brazenly displaying their wears above the foliage at this time of year Agapanthus are hard to miss and easy to adore. The trend in the last few years seems to have been for larger flowerheads that are held higher above the foliage at about 1m in height. We listened and we bought the following to select from:
Agapanthus africanus has deep blue flowers from August to September on flowering stems at 80cm in height.
Agapanthus africanus ‘Albus’ has white flowers from July through to September in stems 1.2m in height
Agapanthus africanus ‘Blue’ has blue flowers from July through to September in stems 1.2m in height
Agapanthus ‘Glen Avon’ has blue flowers with a darker stripe on large flowerheads up to 1m in height
Agapanthus ‘Intermedius’ has deep violet blue flowers in stems 1.2m in height
Agapanthus ‘Liam’s Lilac’ has lilac flowers that are darker at the base on 1m tall stems
Agapanthus ‘Megan’s Mauve’ has large mauve flowers with a dark stripe on each petal with stems up to 1m in height
Agapanthus ‘Windsor Grey’ has pale blue-grey flowers from July to September with stems up to 1m in height
Stock changes daily and should you not find the variety you are after, please contact our sales team on email@example.com