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Agapanthus ‘Whitney’ PBR

African lily

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Features

  • BloomsMarch
  • Growth HabitStalked clump
  • Flower ColourWhite, green-white
  • Leaf ColourMid green

Description

Agapanthus ‘Whitney’ PBR (African lily). This Agapanthus has white trumpet shaped flowers emerging from green-white buds in summer. Foliage is mid green and strap-like.

Characteristics

Perennial, Semi-evergreen, Bulb

Other common names

Lily-of-the-Nile, Love flower

Origin

South Africa

The name Agapanthus comes from the Greek 'agape' - love; and 'anthos' - flower.

Interest and use

Grown for ornamental flowers and seedheads. Borders, containers, gravel gardens.

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Needs

  • LightFull sun
  • HardinessFully hardy (min -15°C)
  • SoilWell drained, Fertile
  • WaterSemi-moist

Cultivation

Mulch in the winter. Fully hardy.

Propagation

The plants will increase slowly but may be propagated by division in the spring. The plants may also be raised from seed in the autumn or spring (but cultivars will not come true from seed).

Pests, diseases or disorders

Slugs, snails and viruses may be a problem.

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