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10/06/2012 at 07:37
10/06/2012 at 08:55

The majority of agapanthus are not evergreen and the leaves die off in the winter.  If yours did this but you've not got any new ones appearing by now I suspect that a combination of the cold and wet has killed it off   If you get another try keeping it in a pot (they flower better if their roots are restricted anyway) and then you can move it to a dryer more sheltered spot in the winter.  Good luck.

10/06/2012 at 08:56

The root stock looks fine and green but it hasn't thrown up any leaves so far this year.and where the leaves died off it looks mushy.

10/06/2012 at 09:18

Ok, it may be alive then but mushy doesn't sound good - is it in a pot?  If so I'd put it somewhere out of the rain and in the sun for a bit and see if that helps - I'd also buy another one ... or three 

10/06/2012 at 09:37
Thank you Dovefromabove. That's my job for today sorted
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