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Agapanthus praecox 'Blue'  Blue Lily of the Nile

Agapanthus praecox 'Blue' – Blue Lily of the Nile Agapanthus praecox 'Blue' – Blue Lily of the Nile
Product Code: Y8AAAGPR
Ornamental Value: Beautiful
Availability: In Stock

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Minimum order value for orders containing SMALL PACKETS only is EUR 25. For orders containing WHOLESALE sizes only (or mixed orders) minimum order value is EUR 100.
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Size: Small Packets
Seeds Weight Price
  • 10 seeds
0.01 kg USD 4.99

Size: Wholesale
Seeds Weight Price
  • 100 seeds
0.01 kg USD 6.65
  • 1,000 seeds
0.01 kg USD 9.97
  • 10,000 seeds
0.06 kg USD 65.36
  • 100,000 seeds
  • Only 2 left!
0.60 kg USD 520.67

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A lily-like plant native to eastern South Africa that forms clusters of straplike, light green leaves that give rise to long-stalked inflorescences that hold a globe of countless, blue, lily-like flowers at the tip. In cultivation it does well in a range of temperate climates in USDA Zones 7 to 10. It is evergreen in milder climates but will lose its leaves in colder winters. Plants in cultivation are usually sold under the name A. africanus. Alice Notten of Kirstenbosch Garden writes on South African National Biodiversity Institute's www.plantzafrica.com: "Many gardeners and even some authors of publications mistakenly call the Agapanthus in cultivation A. africanus. This is almost certainly incorrect. A. africanus is a winter rainfall plant and is difficult in cultivation, needing very well-drained soil, hot, dry summers and wet winters. Practically all the evergreen Agapanthus in cultivation in the world, are hybrids or cultivars of A. praecox".
Cultural Requirements
Frost Tolerance Excessive
Water Requirements High
Wind Tolerance Moderate
Appearance
Growth Rate Fast
Growth Form Perennial
Ornamental Value Beautiful
Uses
Properties Colorful
Deciduous
Evergreen
Flowering
Gardening Ground Cover
Mass Planting
Ornamental
Potted
Classification
Plant Group Perennials
Botanical Order Asparagales
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