Delivered to you in March / April
A beautiful dark flowered seedling identified by Alan here some 12 years ago, we first listed them in 2013. Nearly indigo coloured flowers produced in profusion on a dark stem, the heads not so full that you do not see the individual flowers, outstanding. The foliage is deciduous. One of the very best at the Wisley trial where it was awarded an AGM. Plants from division.
With South African origins they are all sun lovers, but they would be used to summer rainfall so we suggest they will do better where they aren't too dry. Hence lots of organic matter in the soil to hold the moisture will pay dividends. From division it does sometimes take a while for an Agapanthus crown to flower well again, so expect better flowers in the second year. The bigger forms need planting about 12" (30cm) apart. To get a more immediately full effect you might cram them in rather tighter together in pots. Remember though to give the pot regular watering through the summer and some liquid feed occassionally.
Height 30” (75cm)