This top-selling, hardy agapanthus variety boasts medium-sized, strap-like leaves and stunning umbels of sky-blue flowers. These blossoms grace long stalks and bloom from December to April, making them perfect for cut flower arrangements.
They thrive in well-drained soil with full sun to partial shade. Ensure regular watering to keep the soil consistently moist, especially during the growing season. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage further blooming, and consider dividing the plant every few years to maintain its vigor. This versatile beauty requires minimal maintenance.
30-60cm W x 60-90cm H
Sun to Semi-shade
Semi - Water Wise
Granny Smith Apple | Malus domestica 'Granny Smith'
Granny Smith trees bear exquisite clusters of fragrant pink-white blooms which will attract birds and bees. The blooms are followed by a crop of vibrant green apples, which are crisp, slightly acidic and perfect for cooking. Granny Smith trees are self-fruitful, but will bear a better crop when pollinated with another variety like golden delicious.
A free flowering perennial, which is more floriferous and fast growing. Bears masses of large white flowers. Ideal to plant in mass, borders or containers. Semi-hardy, protect from severe frost. Prefers moist, but well-drained soil
This early-blooming agapanthus is compact and clump-forming, with light silvery-blue star-shaped blooms on strong stems. It's not only a beautiful compact indigenous filler for garden beds but also remarkably low-maintenance. Flowers from mid-spring on strong stems, making it an excellent choice for hassle-free gardening.
Pride of India is a beautiful crape myrtle tree with striking purple to black foliage, crowned with eye-catching blooms in purple, pink or red. Drought tolerant once established. Grows beautifully in patio planters. When planted in the garden it has a non invasive root system.
3.5m H x 2.5m W
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