Agapanthus

Agapanthus

AGAPANTHUS LILY-OF-THE-NILE DONAU-LARGE WITH LIGHT BLUE FLOWERS Available Now! 3/$15 10/$45 25/
Code: IT67
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AGAPANTHUS LILY-OF-THE-NILE DONAU-LARGE WITH LIGHT BLUE FLOWERS Available Now! 3/$15 10/$45 25/
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Code: IT67
Price: $15.00
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Order now for immediate Delivery Agapanthus (ag-a-pan-thus) Nicknames: Lily of the Nile, African Lily, Love Flower, August Lily Family: AMARYLLIDACEAE Colors: Light Blue, Dark Blue, Purple, White, White w/Purple Blooms in the Northwest: July-October Will bloom first year The name Agapanthus is derived from the Greek agape, meaning love and anthos, flower. They are originally from South Africa but are known as Lily of the Nile proving that it has been traded in Southern Europe going back to the Greeks. Most Northwest gardeners associate agapanthus with California because they grow wild everywhere and bloom in the spring. They are summer bloomers here and do not grow as quickly because they go dormant in the winter. They still multiply. I started three in a clump three years ago and dug them out last fall and came up with about twenty starts. Agapanthus bloom all summer long and hummingbirds love them too. I used to think it was the red colored plants they liked but they are attracted to the blues second best in my garden. Agapanthus need a place where they can bathe in sunlight and have good drainage. They can go down to 10 degrees if they are dry. I have not lost them in the garden in a hot sunny spot but I bring my containers inside to be safe. They will get crowded in 5-7 years so dig them up any time of year and separate them with a root and eye together and replant right away. It is all about the eye or the nose of the plant. Plant the tip side up and cover three inches deep in good composted soil.
AGAPANTHUS PINOCCHIO – LILY-OF-THE-NILE-Preorder now for Spring 2008!
Code: IT68
Price: $15.00
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AGAPANTHUS PINOCCHIO – LILY-OF-THE-NILE-Order now for Spring!
Quantity in Basket: none
Code: IT68
Price: $15.00
Shipping Weight: 0.00 pounds
Package:
3 for $15
10 for $45
25 for $100
50 for $175
100 for $325
Quantity:
Agapanthus (ag-a-pan-thus) Nicknames: Lily of the Nile, African Lily, Love Flower, August Lily Family: AMARYLLIDACEAE Color: Dark Blue Blooms in the Northwest: July-October The name Agapanthus is derived from the Greek agape, meaning love and anthos, flower. They are originally from South Africa but are known as Lily of the Nile proving that it has been traded in Southern Europe going back to the Greeks. Most Northwest gardeners associate agapanthus with California because they grow wild everywhere and bloom in the spring. They are summer bloomers here and do not grow as quickly because they go dormant in the winter. They still multiply. I started three in a clump three years ago and dug them out last fall and came up with about twenty starts. Agapanthus bloom all summer long and hummingbirds love them too. I used to think it was the red colored plants they liked but they are attracted to the blues second best in my garden. Agapanthus need a place where they can bathe in sunlight and have good drainage. They can go down to 10 degrees if they are dry. I have not lost them in the garden in a hot sunny spot but I bring my containers inside to be safe. They will get crowded in 5-7 years so dig them up any time of year and separate them with a root and eye together and replant right away. It is all about the eye or the nose of the plant. Plant the tip side up and cover three inches deep in good composted soil.
Agapanthus Getty – Large White Lily of the Nile Available Now! 3/$15 10/$45 25/$100
Code: IT102
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