Depending on the cultivar, the flowers may be blue, lavender, purple, or.
Oct 15, Other plants that offer long leaves and showy flowers include iris, daylilies and allium. Another strategy you might employ to pick companion plants for agapanthus is to focus on color.
For a show of snow-white blooms from mid- to late summer, try growing a group of A.
If you have a vibrant blue or purple agapanthus, pick flowers in. A Lovely Border Idea with Achillea, Agapanthus and Grasses This charming summer border is a marriage of colors, shapes and textures. Fairly easy to replicate at home, it combines the blue rounded clusters of Agapanthus (Lily of the Nile) with the rich golden-yellow trumpets of Hemerocallis 'Bonanza' (Daylily) and the flat, honey-colored umbels of Achillea 'Walther Funcke' (Yarrow). Buccaneer - a tough compact (40cm high x 60cm wide) agapanthus with bright blue flowers.
Buccaneer grows in full sun to part shade and is drought and frost resistant. Bingo White - a compact agapanthus with unique white flowers.
Bingo White is a sun lover but also tolerates part shade and is drought and frost resistant with good disease shrubpruning.barted Reading Time: 7 mins. Jan 01, Agapanthus Galaxy Blue. 28 Best Perennials for a Cutting Flower Garden – Agapanthus Galaxy Blue. Agapanthus Galaxy Blue has 4 inch constellations of blue blooms on 36 to 40 inch tall stems. Galaxy Blue grows in zones 6 to 10 in full Sun. Blooms over the Summer, perfect for creating Summer bouquets.
The droopy flowers are reminiscent of a wild bluebell.
Incorporate Agapanthus into a meadow garden; Plant them in large drifts of plus plants; Combine lily of the Nile with the blistering blast of red and orange Crocosmia; Position them singularly in the mixed border; Warning: Don’t plant other bulbs too close to Agapanthus- they will be overtaken by the expanding shrubpruning.barted Reading Time: 8 mins.
Apr 30, Deciduous varieties – Cut back agapanthus stems to about 4 inches (10 cm.) above the ground at the end of the blooming season. However, if you like the texture and structure that spent plants provide to the winter landscape, cutting back agapanthus can wait until early spring.
Evergreen varieties – Evergreen agapanthus varieties require no cutting back. However, you can trim both evergreen and deciduous plants.