Are agapanthus poisonous?

Answer Agapanthus, or African Lily, when ingested, can cause toxic reactions including vomiting and diarrhea. Skin contact can cause rashes and irritation. Call the Poison Control Center in the event of a... Read More »

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How do I plant agapanthus?

LocationChoose agapanthus for soil mounds, patio pots or mass plantings. The flowering bulb--called African Lily, or Lily of the Nile--grows in part sun and part shade. Agapanthus adapts well to lo... Read More »

How to Sow Agapanthus Seeds?

Agapanthus are also known as African lily, African blue lily and lily of the Nile. They are perennial flowering plants indigenous to southern Africa. Agapanthus produce small 1- to 2-inch wide trum... Read More »

How to Grow Agapanthus?

Agapanthus has beautiful bright purple or white flowers in abundance and is a beloved addition to many gardens. It's very easy to grow and will self propagate once established.

How do I plant agapanthus seed?

SowingSow agapanthus seed in early spring. Seeds need a temperature of 70 to 80 degrees F to germinate. It may take three to eight weeks before you see new seedlings appear, but it can take up to... Read More »