Aga­pan­thus ‘Madi­son’

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adds drama to the gar­den in late spring and sum­mer. with sil­ver-white flow­ers with a soft laven­der edge that in­ten­si­fies with age. It has broad, strappy, green fo­liage, grows to about 50cm wide, and its ball-shaped flower spikes of mul­ti­ple bell-like blooms, can grow to 1.2m tall.

Seed heads should be re­moved af­ter flow­er­ing to en­cour­age re­peat flow­er­ing, and be­cause aga­pan­thus can be weedy, al­though this va­ri­ety sets only a few seeds. Aga­pan­thus are drought-tol­er­ant plants that thrive in most soils. Plant in full sun to semi-shade po­si­tions in gar­den bor­ders, flower beds or pots. pinemoun­tain­nurs­ery.com.au

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