Agapanthus Blue or African Lily blooms during some of the hottest months. They are great for containers or in the garden border and formal landscapes. An absolute must in southern gardens and is a knock out in containers for northern landscapes.
Agapanthus produce numerous blossoms atop wonderful lush foliage. They are hardy to USDA Zones 7-11 only and will be need to be lifted or protected in other climates.
USDA Zones 7-11 (Hardy in these zones, lift and store in winter in other zones)
Blooms Mid to Late Summer
Full Sun to Partial Shade
Great for Borders, Cutting Gardens, and Containers
Ships starting in mid to late March
Not bothered by deer, rabbits or other wildlife
Key Planting Tips
Agapanthus should be planted 2" deep and 6" apart. Wait for the soil to reach 65 degrees Fahrenheit. You can start inside in pots and transplant to the gardens to give them a head start. Water immediately.