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Agapanthus campanulatus (100 seeds)

R32.00

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Agapanthus campanulatus (Agapanthaceae) bell agapanthus (E), bloulelie (A), ugebeleweni (X), ubani (Z), leta-laphofu (SS). It is deciduous, growing in spring – summer and dormant during winter. It is a clump-forming perennial, growing 0.4 to 1 m tall. The slender, glossy green or greyish-green, strap-like leaves narrow to a distinct purplish stem-like base. The flowers are pale to deep blue with a darker blue stripe and appear mid to late summer. Sowing: Seed should be sown in deep (10 cm) trays, in a mixture of equal parts river sand and fine compost, and kept semi-shaded and moist. Seed germinates readily within six to eight weeks. The seed should be sown thinly as the seedlings will stay in the tray for their first year. Locality: Sentinnel Peak. Harvest: January 2024