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Agapanthus are sun-loving plants from South Africa. They have strap-like leaves, from which large, showy flowers appear on sturdy leafless stems, in shades of blue, violet or white. They're ideal for growing in containers, and are though to flower more prolifically if their roots are constricted in pots.
Agapanthus 'Bressingham Blue' is a cultivar derived from the popular 'Headbourne Hybrids' agapanthus. It has striking dark amythest-blue flowers. For best results grow in a sheltered, sunny spot, in moist but well-drained soil. In exposed areas Agapanthus 'Bressingham Blue' benefits from winter protection. Alternatively, grow it in pots and move indoors in autumn.
Agapanthus ‘Bressingham blue’ and wildlife
Agapanthus ‘Bressingham blue’ is known for attracting bees and other pollinators.
Is Agapanthus ‘Bressingham blue’ poisonous?
Agapanthus ‘Bressingham blue’ is harmful if ingested. Its roots are toxic.