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Named after the stretch of the Thames at Oxford, a dark flowered clone which we have been increasing for a number of years and is always popular. Smaller headed but floriferous. These are clonal plants so uniform and particularly useful for planting displays where matching plants are required in pots or borders. The stems appear angled rather than vertical. Deciduous and from divisions.
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. As they are from division it does sometimes take a while for an Agapanthus crown to flower well again, so expect better flowers in the second year. Plant in the sun 3-4" deep and about 9-12" (22-30cm) 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. In very cold gardens, mulch in winter
Height 26" (65cm)