Agapanthus grow in full sun and well drained soil

Agapanthus flowering plants is commonly know as "Lily of the Nile", but it is not a lily and of the species are native to South Africa from the cape to the Limpopo River. To grow this plant, pant this species in full sun in well-drained soil, and in a protected place such as up against a south-facing wall. Add a light application of organic fertilizer to the planting hole. Place the plants no deeper than they were growing in the containers. And the last one, set the plants one foot apart. the agapanthus can be counted on to produce some of the best blues in the summer garden with big flowers comprised of up to 100 tiny tubular florets and framed by deep green, strap-like leaves. It is available in many shades of blue, the flower of this Soth African plant provide clear, brilliant clor over weeks and after blooming has past and it develop seed heads which are useful for winter arrangements. Agapanthus flower grow at the end of a thick 2-4 foot stem.This species is suspected of causing haemolytic poisoning in humans, and the sap causes sever ulceration of the mouth. It is contains several saponins and sapogenins that generally have anti-inflammatory, anti-oedema, antitussive, and immunoregulatory properties.