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african lily

Agapanthus africanus
Medium-sized, clump-forming, frost tender (min. 0 °C), semi-evergreen bulbous perennial (H 70-90 cm, W 20-30 cm). Leaves grow from a bulb; ribbon-like (up to 40 cm), slightly glossy, light to mid green. Flowers in round inflorescence (10 cm) on upright stems (up to 90 cm), star-shaped (2-3 cm), dark blue. Flowering period: July-September. Attracts butterflies and bees. Requires very sufficiently drained, partly sandy soils, in warm, sunny sites. Not hardy in central-european continental climate, grown as an indoor pot-plant or a container-plant. Good for cutting.
Sunny shady position

Plants for destinctively sunny sites need and tolerate a lot of direct sun radiation (eg. roses, even more spurge (euphorbia myrsinites) , sea buckthorn, sedum, most of rock-garden plants, cactuses etc). Mostly, but not necessarily, these plants can also tolerate drought. Roses need more water and noursihments and rich, deep, fetile soil, while white stonecrop survives more weeks in dry soil without rain or watering and can grow normally in poor, sandy soil as well.

Conifer deciduous tree with plant

Herbaceous plants are not woody. Their stems are soft, usually remaining green. With some herabceous older stems may harden and look like woody stems (e. g. bamboo).

Deciduous evergreen plant partially true

Leaves or needles remain on the plant throughout the winter and fall down in spring when new ones emerge. Part of leaves or needles may fall already in autumn or winter. The falling off depends on winter temperature, so some plants are evergreen in mild winter, yet decidous in cold winter

Presumed strength

Plant is cold/frost sensitive, mainly cannot survive temperature below freezing point (0 °C) or requires significantly higher temperature to live (e. g. some tropical plants). Required minimal temperatures for certain plants are given in detailed descriptions.

Soil humidity

Porous or dry soils are normally light and loose, there is no stagnant water but relatively quickly flows in deeper layers; such ground are more airy and warmer, yet drier and usually contain less humus and for such undergrowth it is often to for drought to appear (e. g. rockgardens, walls, by paths and roads, on gravel, also on gravel surface in towns and close to buildings ...), plants of such undergrowth need well-drained soil, they tolerate drought but cannot tolerate constant moisture or even flooding.

Growth shape

Herbaceous, not woody plant. Stems and leaves may be evergreen or deciduous - thus regrowing every spring. Perennials may blossom consecutively for several years. Some perennials develop special underground organs - bulbs, corms or rootstocks and these species are treated separetelly, not with geophyte and tuberous plants.

Agapanthus africanus FIRST SIZE BR
Agapanthus africanus FIRST SIZE BR
SKU W.2683443
Special:Available from December 2024! - Suitable for 15-17 cm pot - Blue
Delivery date: expected up to 7 days after receiving the goods
Delivery: 5. 12. 2024 - 21. 07. 2024
Partner stock:
Informational stock: 3750
1.80 € /PART
1.64 € Excluding tax
Agapanthus africanus C2/P17
Agapanthus africanus C2/P17
SKU W.2683104
Special:Landscape quality
Delivery date: expected up to 7 days after receiving the goods
Delivery: Orders from Thursday 0:00 a.m. to Wednesday 11:59 p.m. next week are with us until Saturday the week after that
Partner stock:
Informational stock: 2100
12.15 € /PART
11.10 € Excluding tax
Products specifications
Attribute name Attribute value
Moisture/Humidity dry soil
Basic leaf colour
Jesenska barvitost Ne
Fruit blossom period/season ne
Plant Type Herbaceous plant
Deciduous / Evergreen semi-evergreen perennial
Basic leaf / needles colour
Width of growth width up to 1 m
Blossom season/time July-September
Hibernation frost tender - to 0 °C
Durability No
Position/Location Sun
Height of growth perennials medium - 0,6 to 1,2 m
Fruit edibility no

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