May 29th in Lenoir City, TN
Tray of agapanthus seedlings at 3 months
Started from seed these are now 32 months old and developing their first blooms.
Agapanthus, unknown variety, about 10 days before full flower.
This is my 'Peter Pan'
A photo I took at the Dallas Arboretum.
a darker blue cultivar
agapanthus in my garden (Broni, Italy)
Agapanthus and "Visitor".
These are called freeway plants here in No. California.
Great in borders, easy to grow. Multiply freely!
These grow so easily!
Lily of the Nile; Seed pods and seeds. Pods form on the tall stalks when flowers fade; these have been cut short so they can be dried inside so seeds aren't lost / blown by the wind.
Look at all the seed pods!!! And that is just from one bloom.
Dried seed head, great for holiday floral arrangements, after being spray painted
Agapanthus africanus in bloom.
White Lily of the Nile-African Lily-Agapanthus Africanus
Close up of the FLowers
Close of my Agapanthus in South Florida.
Growing in my yard in South Florida.
Along the western wall -- true blue!
Sometimes it seems that blue ones turn white! ???
Popping like blue fireworks!
July 11, 2010 San Diego, Ca
Agapanthus Lily of the Nile.June 2012
Split (ripe) seedpod and seeds. Richmond TX, z9a, 7/31/12
green seedpod, Richmond TX, z9a, 08/02/2012
Agapanthus africanus 'Lily of the Nile' - the bud nursery, my summer garden Paeroa, New Zealand
Agapanthus africanus - the delicate mauves of the 'Lily of the Nile' Paeroa, New Zealand
Agapanthus africanus - the lovely mauve of the 'Lily of the Nile' flowering in my terraced garden New Zealand
A bold group display of Agapanthus in early January at Gordonton near Hamilton, New Zealand
Bursting into 'song'