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Agapanthus Navy Blue

Navy Blue
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At a Glance

- Agapanthus Navy Blue
- Deep Blue flowers
- upright stems
- good for cutting
- grow in a pot or border
- easy to grow

Plant Information

Agapanthus Navy Blue, commonly known as Lily of the Nile. Deciduous form with strappy deep green foliage, often with a purple base and in August and Septemebr very dark blue flowers carried on upright stems, this variety is very hardy and clumps freely in a garden producing a strong plant with many flower heads. Best grown in full sun in a free draining compost, ideal in a border or large patio container.

Easy to grow in a container or border in full sun and a well drained soil. Where it provides structure and elegance to your garden - they make a superb cut flower.


Genus: Agapanthus
Variety: Navy Blue
Category: Perennial

Height & Spread: 60cm
Flower Colour: Blue
Foliage: Deciduous
Soil Type: Most
Aspect: Full Sun to Light shade (flowers most prolific in full Sun)
Season of Interest: Summer

Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions

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