Agapanthus Africacus or Agapanthus is an evergreen plant with flowers like pompoms in blue or white that appear at the beginning of summer.
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Agapanthus is an evergreen plant which have filform leaves and an erect stem with an umbel with trumpet shaped flowers.
It belongs to the amaryllidaceae family.
It thrives in fertile, well drained and moisture soil in full sun, when we plant it in shade the flowering is poorer and will have more leaves.
It is a hardy plant, but for a better flower display we should feed it weekly or every 15 days during the growing season until flowers start to show colour.
It can be planted in almost any type of soil, but slightly acid.
A good time to split the plant is after flowering or early spring, every four or five years.
If you wish to cut the stem once the flower is over, you can do it.
Normally this is a plant which is not affected by deseases, or pests with the exception of snails.
Consulted sources in addition to our experience with this plant:
Royal Horticultural Society
|Name||Agapanthus africanus o lirio africano.|
|Color||White and blue flowers|
|Irrigation||Moderated, although the ground must be humid without flooding.|
|Applications||For decotaring gardens and terraces|
|Others||Can't resist temperatures under 8 ºC|
|Sales format||pot 11cms. 40cms high apprx.|
|Note||Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photography, but as similar as possible, without impacting on quality of the same.|