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Agapanthus campanulatus var. albidus Agapanthus Campanulatus Albidus
African Lily - 2 litres

Agapanthus campanulatus var. albidus Agapanthus Campanulatus Albidus African Lily - 2 litres

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£9.99 0850006117 Category: Plants > Herbaceous Perennials
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Agapanthus campanulatusvar. albidus is a variety of this hardy deciduous species of the African lily with rounded heads of pure white trumpet-shaped flowers from July to September, over a clump of bright green foliage. Lovely at the front of a sunny border or large container and superb as cut flowers. Attractive to butterflies. Seedheads add interest in autumn and winter. Height and spread 60 by 45cm. Good seaside plant.

Plant in spring or summer in moist but well-drained soil in a sunny position. Feed monthly with a balanced liquid fertiliser until flowering. Hardy, but still cover with a protective dry mulch in winter. To grow in containers, use John Innes No 3 potting compost, water freely during the growing season, keep dry in a frost-free place over winter.

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Butterfly and bee friendly.

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Botanical name Agapanthus campanulatus var. albidus
British nursery grown Y
Common name African Lily
Drought resistance Y
Flower colour White
Flowering time Summer
Foliage Deciduous
Foliage colour Green, Silver/Grey
Fragrance N
Guarantee Lifetime Guarantee
Habit Clump forming
Plant type Herbaceous Perennials
Season of interest Summer
Size 2 litres
Time to maturity 2 - 5 years
Ultimate height 1.1m - 1.5m
Ultimate spread 0.1m - 0.5m

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