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Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'
Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'
Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'
Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'
Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'
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Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'
Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'
Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'
Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'
Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'

Agapanthus africanus 'Black Buddhist'

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DESCRIPTION

One of the darkest African Lilies, Agapanthus 'Black Buddhist' is a compact, deciduous perennial with large rounded clusters packed with dark blue, trumpet-shaped flowers, each adorned with a dark stripe down the center of the petals.  Blooming from mid to late summer, the richly colored blossoms rise on stiff, upright, dark stalks atop clumps of beautiful, strap-shaped, rich green leaves.  This compact Agapanthus is very suitable for perennial borders or container planting on the balcony, terrace, or patio. 

  • Easy to grow, pest and disease free, this African Lily grows from bulb-like rhizomes up to 2-3 ft. tall (60-90cm) and 2 ft. wide (60 cm). 
  • Thrives in full sun in fertile, moist, and well-drained soil.  In a hot climate area, Agapanthus will do better in partial shade.  Bear in mind that most varieties will lean toward the sun, which makes a south-facing border the best location.  Do not allow plants to dry out except when dormant. 
  • Spectacular when planted in great swathes, this Agapanthus fits most garden settings or mixed borders, makes a fantastic accent plant in containers, and has excellent cut flowers!  A great choice for coastal areas as African Lilies cope well with windy and salty air. 
  • Deer and rabbit resistant, it attracts butterflies, bees, and birds. 
  • In late fall remove or tidy up any remaining leaves, but seedheads can be left as they look attractive over winter. 
  • Propagate by division every three to four years in spring. 
  • Agapanthus is native to Southern Africa. 
  • African Lilies are poisonous and should not be consumed by humans and pets.

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