Agapanthus africanus ‘Albus’
Agapanthus africanus ‘Albus’ is, most likely, the white version of the magnificent Agapanthus with big scrappy leaves you see growing in London and Paris. Usually in courtyard gardens and big pots outside buildings. White elegant addition to any bed, Agapanthus Albus produces white globes of trumpet like petals from a 60-90cm stem, the flowers can last a good while from summer through to autumn and the foliage is mostly evergreen.
- Position: Full sun, partial shade (better in full sun)
- Soil: Almost any soil
- Flowers: July, August, September
- Height: 75 to 120 cm (2.5 – 4 ft)
- Spread: 45 to 75 cm (1.5 – 2.5 ft)
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