Agapanthus 'Northern Star'
Description: A popular form with shorter leaves which are dark blackish green at the base. Masses of star like cobalt blue flowers with a distinct darker strip in each petal. Very long lasting display of flowers through July and August in larfe umbels provide an excellent display.
Uses: A good structural addition to any border and is particularly useful in coastal situations. Also suitable for containers, mixed borders and Mediterranean or tropical gardens
Climate / Position: Full sun.
Height / Spread: Flower stalk can reach height of 100cm . Spread 60cm
Soil Requirements: Fertile, moist but well drained soil.
Pruning: A deciduous form so the leaves are best cleared in the Autumn.
Special Requirements: Mulch in the winter. As with all Agapanthus, they are best not disturbed after planting.
Additional Interest: Plant Breeders Rights apply. Introduced by R J Fulcher