Members of the Lily family and native to southern Africa, Agapanthas are attractive plants that are ideal for pots and borders.
Globes of rich sky-blue flowers are borne from June to August on Agapanthus ‘Africanus Blue’, from a bed of strap-like foliage.
Native to South Africa, these members of the lily family are true gems for the summer garden - ideal for large pots and stunning in a mixed border as a gently swaying, bold swathe of colour.
The flowers are excellent for cutting, with long, strong stems which make them brilliant for arranging as accent flowers.
Although hardy in warmer, southerly regions and coastal areas, we recommend protecting your Agapanthus plants over winter by mulching the crowns, or by bringing containers undercover during the coldest months.
Grow chic, tall stems of bobbing white globes with Agapanthus ‘Africanus White’.
Umbels of stunning, pure white flowers bloom between June and August, bringing an elegant look to planting schemes, and suiting both contemporary and traditional gardens.
The graceful stems are perfect for cutting and adding height, shape and texture to summer floral arrangements and bouquets, just as they do in the border.
Agapanthus can be grown in large containers of well-drained soil and as part of a mixed, herbaceous bed. Protection from frost is advisable in colder regions by bringing containers inside, or by mulching the crowns.
Agapanthus ‘Blue Giant’ is a handsome, towering Agapanthus, with stems of spectacular blooms up to 1m in height.
Exotic umbels of azure-blue, trumpet-shaped flowers are borne in large clusters, forming globes of bold colour – ideal for adding architecture, shape and interest to borders and containers.
Strong purple stems rise up from a bed of dark green, strap-like foliage in late summer, before bursting into bloom during August and September.
Native to South Africa, Agapanthus suit modern and traditional planting schemes, they thrive in coastal regions and look fabulous in oversized terracotta pots.
Rounded umbels of pretty, pure white flowers with yellow anthers grace Agapanthus ‘Duivenbrugge White’ from June to August.
Sometimes referred to as Agapanthus ‘Icicles’, this hardy perennial brings a sophisticated touch to planting schemes - its architectural looks are particularly striking in a simple green and white design.
Duivenbrugge White’s tall, strong stems make it an excellent Agapanthus for cutting. A single stem displayed in a tall, narrow vase is a simple, yet arresting sight.
Large, spherical heads of cobalt-blue make Agapanthus ‘Sunfield’ a spectacular South African lily for the garden, and for cutting.
Flowering for several weeks during July and August, this floriferous late-summer perennial is a true garden gem.
Excellent for adding structure, height and colour to garden borders, the blooms are also exceptionally pretty up close, with dark-blue buds and striped, trumpet-like flowers.
Great for large feature pots and mixed herbaceous borders, in modern and traditional gardens.