Agapanthus africanus by Zanymuse Lily of the Nile Planted
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African Lily (Agapanthus africanus) grows strappy green leaves and stately stalks with clusters of blue or white flowers rising up to 3 feet tall. Plant it from October to February, placing the tip of the rhizome just below the surface in full sun to partial shade. Keep it evenly moist during the growing season.
[Agapanthus africanus] Monthly Plant Care Reminders By Julie Bawden-Davis
Agapanthus africanus subsp. africanus. Agapanthus are one of South Africa's best known garden plants and are grown in most countries in the world. Their strap-like leaves and striking blue or white flowers make them favourites in plant borders as well as in containers. They are all easy to grow except for A. africanus and A. walshii which a recent publication (Zonneveld & Duncan 2003) has proposed is a subspecies of A. africanus.
Nyár derekán virágzik egy nagyon hálás, sok évig élő, igen dekoratív kerti virág: a szerelemvirág (Agapanthus africanus), amelyet – fagyérzékeny lévén – edényben kell nevelni.