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Amazing Agapanthus Bulb Collection

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Provides stunning structure to any planting scheme.

Add structure and texture to your garden with this selection of tall African Lilies. Containing a mix of 3 white blooms and large clusters of vibrant blue flowers, this collection is ideal for woodland garden schemes.

Planting Tip

Add organic compost to the soil when planting these African Lilies.

  • Ideal for pots or containers
  • Ideal for Woodland Gardens
  • Mildly scented
  • Can be used as cut flowers
  • Naturalising flowers
  • Supplied As: Bulbs
  • Flowering Season: Summer
  • Flower Colour: Blue, purple, white
  • Planting Depth: 10cm
  • Planting Distance: 25cm
  • Planting Month: February - June
  • Common Name: African Lily
  • Latin Name: Agapanthus
A family run business, our trusted bulb grower has specialised in growing and packaging bulbs for many decades. With over 40 members of staff caring each day for the plants these bulbs come from, you can feel confident that your garden will soon be filled with beautiful, flourishing blooms! Once gathered, each bulb is carefully checked and stored to prevent any early sprouting before they're sent to you. Sustainability and biodiversity remains at the core of what they do. Because of this, chemicals are reduced to a minimum, bulbs are sent in paper bags, and packaging and transportation operations are streamlined to leave a much smaller environmental footprint. So by planting these bulbs, you won't only be helping your garden, but the world around you too.
Plant these bulbs 10cm/4" deep at a distance of at least 15cm/6" apart. Once shoots emerge, give it a good watering regularly to encourage growth. Fertiliser isn't essential but will promote better performance. If adding fertiliser, simply add a slow releasing organic fertiliser after planting. Alternatively, apply an organic liquid fertiliser once the growing season begins.
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Is Collection/Mix? Yes
Needs Ericaceous Compost? No
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