Agapanthus Lilibet is a clump-forming, half-hardy, evergreen perennial with short strappy blue green foliage, and, from sturdy, erect stems bearing rounded umbels of funnel-shaped, massed bicolour white and violet blue flowers.
Agapanthus ‘Lilibet’ Characteristics
|Vigorous growing small agapanthus that readily clumps and reaches flowering age within about 10 months of planting out tube stock. Flower peduncles are very strong, supporting beautiful bicolour blue and white flowers. Agapanthus Lilibet is hardy, low maintenance plant that is tolerant of drought and poor soil.
|Height to about 40 cm and width to 36 cm. Leaves up to about 40cm long.
|Beautifully shaped bicolour blue and white flowers.
|Mid Spring to Mid Summer. Cutting off spent flower stems can promote repeat flowering.
|Full Sun, tolerates Part Shade but flowering will be compromised.
|Drained and cool, slightly sandy, no standing water
|A drought tolerant plant. Water regularly when establishing, then only to supplement rainfall if required.
|Driveway borders, mass plantings, featured plants in gardens and containers.