How to grow Mpumalanga Drooping Agapanthus

Agapanthus inapertus subsp. inapertus

This Agapanthus is easy to grow and requires little attention once established. It will tolerate most soils, although it thrives in rich, well-drained composted soil and plenty of water in summer. It does well in full sun, or semi-shade, but should be planted in full sun for best flowering. Although naturally occurring in a summer-rainfall area, it will tolerate irrigation during its winter dormant period provided it is planted in well-drained soil. They are strong growing and relatively pest free. This species is also suitable for cold areas as it will not be affected by frost. Large plants may also be divided but this should only be done once they have formed large clumps. After splitting, the plants may not flower for a season while they are re-establishing. 1

Growing Mpumalanga drooping agapanthus from seed

Agapanthus are easy to propagate from seed. However seeds have a limited viability and are best sown as fresh as possible. Sow the seed in deep seedling trays in a well drained seedling mix and place in a semi-shade area ensuring that they do not dry out1.

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