- Position: Full sun
- Soil: Moist, well drained
- Growth Rate: Average
- Flowering Period: July-September
- Hardiness: Hardy, may need winter protection
- Eventual Height: 0.5-1m
- Eventual Spread: 0.1-0.5m
Agapanthus Africanus Albus, commonly known as African Lily, is a clump forming, evergreen perennial with strap shaped leathery green leaves and in late summer bears, erect, long stems of beautiful pure white, trumpet shaped flowers, a superb addition to the border providing colour when many other plants are beginning to fade. A sun loving perennial Agapanthus Alba is ideally suited to the mixed flower border and beds or patio container.
Looking After Your Agapanthus Africans Alba
Generally pest and disease free this easy to grow flowering perennial is ideally suited to a sunny area in all types of garden from cottage planting schemes to town or courtyard gardens, very little or indeed any maintenance is required, although a general tidy each Spring to clear any damaged leaves, whilst applying a mulch of well rotted garden compost or general purpose fertiliser to help encourage fresh new growth during the coming growing season is always beneficial.