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<I>Agapanthus</i> Headbourne hybrids
<I>Agapanthus</i> Headbourne hybrids
<I>Agapanthus</i> Headbourne hybrids
<I>Agapanthus</i> Headbourne hybrids

Agapanthus Headbourne hybrids

African lily

Showy globes of trumpet-shaped flowers ranging in colour from deep to pale blue, appear from July to September on straight stems above...

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Reputably hardy strain of agapanthus in shades of blue and a good starting point for nervous beginners worried about hardiness Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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African Lily

African Lily

Agapanthus, commonly called the African lily, produce glorious clusters of lily-like blooms that last throughout the summer. These clusters, made up of lots of bell-shaped flowers, can be globe-shaped or pendular, held aloft on vertical stems that can rea

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Agapanthus for vertical interest

Add some vertical presence by planting an Agapanthus. Agapanthus 'Black Pantha is a deep-blue that emerges from black buds. Agapanthus 'Megans Mauve' is a subtle gloaming shade that shines in evening light.

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Flowers for the cutting garden

At some stage in June, your garden will be a glorious affair full of scent and soft flower. Placing a posy from the garden, close to a family hub like the kitchen table, unites your home and garden as effectively as having a huge picture window. You don’t

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Summer stars from warmer climates

When we are all, hopefully, enjoying the hotter more humid days in July and the longer evenings there is a different range of plants that come into their own in our gardens, ones found naturally close to the equator or in the upper reaches of the Souther

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Over wintering half hardy plants in pots

You can never quite predict how severe our winter weather will be. In the absence of a crystal ball, it is best in October to make contingency plans to help your plants to survive while there will still be some warmth in the sun and the soil. Hardiness is

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