Agapanthus

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Agapanthus the Llily of the Nile

AGAPANTHUS (ag-a-pan’thus) or African Lily. Very striking heads of blue or white flowers on tall stems, blooming during the warmest times of the year. They grow from rhizomes or root divisions and the strap-like foliage is evergreen. Al­most any soil, and suits most climates. Needs a year or two to become established and bloom. Choose an open, sunny aspect away from tree roots. Good tub subjects as they like to be crowded.

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