Agapanthus Africanus subsp. africanus (Agapantha)


Plant Type : Sub Shrub
Height : Up to 70 cm
Evergreen : Evergreen
Indigenous : Indigenous


Position : Sun / Semi-Shade
Moisture : Lots of water
Soil : Well Drained Soil
Wind : Wind Resistant
Frost : Some Frost


Type : Long Leaves
Colour : Green
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Type : Showy Flowers
Time : Summer
Colour : Light Purple
Use : Decorative
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Fruit : Unspecified
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This species is a winter rainfall area plant, and can only be located in the Western Cape mainly from the Cape Peninsula to Paarl and Stellenbosch, and as far east as Swellendam. It is one of the 2 evergreen species and is often confused with Agapanthus Praecox, which is a popular and easily cultivated and grown species.

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