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Agapanthus Navy Blue

£15.00
3 Litre pot
Key information

The Agapanthus ‘navy blue’ produces lots of dark blue flowers on stiff green stalks providing a burst of colour to your outside space throughout summer. This plant is very wildlife friendly and is a favourite of butterflies and bees.

Good to know
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Flowering
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Pollinator
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Evergreen
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Delivery & Returns
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Top Tip

No need to cut down in the autumn, as the seed heads look attractive over winter.

How to care

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Aspect
Sun and Partial

Agapanthus Navy Blue really likes the sun but can be happy in a partial position.

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Care Level
Easy

This is a low maintenance plant, just the occasional feed will help encourage healthy growth.

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Watering
Thirsty when it is warm

Water regularly in the spring and summer.

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Feeding
Occasionally

Plant with a good quality, peat free compost. Feed in early spring and then a few months later.

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Soil
Tolerates most soil types

Keep soil moist and well drained. Adding grit to your compost when planting will encourage better drainage.

Quick facts

BOTANICAL NAME
Agapanthus 'Navy Blue'
PLANT TYPE
Flowers every year (perennial) & always green (evergreen)
RECOMMENDED SOTO POT SIZE
Medium
HARDINESS
Hardy
NURSERY POT SIZE
2L
Toxicity
Avoid eating or licking. The roots, leaves and sap are toxic
EVENTUAL GROWTH (2-5 YEARS)
Height - 0.5m-1m, Width - 0.1m-0.5m

Watering - When, how and what to avoid

In this Soto Masterclass we show you how best to water your plants.

Follow along with Max as he explains the finger dip test, how to water and when to water.


 

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