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At the tail end of the growing season when other plants are giving up it flowers with dark blue bells and cheers things up. Has not increased much over last 8 years or so. Soil too heavy perhaps.

Comments (3)

  1. Grower

    Amanda CW

    Couldn't agree more. Here's a photo I took last week of a magnificent, large headed variety in the Christ Church Greyfriars garden in the City. Greyfriars is a Christopher Wren church bombed in the WWII, which has had its knave turned into a delightful garden.

    Not sure which Agapanthus variety it is. Maybe someone can advise.

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  2. Grower

    Bisi Adebiyi

    Just lovely.Mine is rather more compact.I must find a spring flowering variety.
    I know Greyfriars.

  3. Grower

    Angie's Garden

    I grow mines in pots here in Scotland to ensure they get the drainage they require. They are kept in a cold greenhouse over winter as I am unsure which variety they are.
    A white one - was purchase as blue. Not the greatest of pictures but a small bare root has taken 4 years to do this.
    The pale blue one is a pot I found dumped on a road side back in 2013.

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