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Agapanthus inapertus

Agapanthus inapertus

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The beautiful, dark blue to violet (occasionally white) flowers are held in dense heads on stalks up to 1.5 m high. The individual flowers are tubular and pendulous (hence the common name "drooping agapanthus"). Flowering takes place from January to March.

The plants form dense clumps after a number of years with 6-8 leaves per shoot. The leaves are narrow, strap-shaped, grey-green and form a stem at the base of the plant. They are usually arranged in a fan shape and may be up to 500 mm long. Unlike the more commonly cultivated agapanthus, the drooping agapanthus is deciduous and goes completely dormant in the dry winter months.

Price is for 5 seeds

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