How and When to Divide Agapanthus?

Where to Plant Agapanthus

When Agapanthus grow too large, they need to be separated. So, you need to know how and when to divide Agapanthus if you want to get the most flowers out of them.  Divide agapanthus after 3-4 years (evergreen) or 6-8 years (deciduous). To divide agapanthus, you must take them out of the ground, remove old … Read more

How Often Do Lily of the Nile Bloom?

Agapanthus Attracts Bees

Let’s not sugarcoat it, after buying a new plant the first thing you want to know about the plant is its flowering pattern. So, after buying an Agapanthus (Lily of the Nile), you’ll want to know how often do Lily of the Nile bloom?  Lily of the Nile bloom every year. Depending on the specifics … Read more

Do Deer Eat Lily of the Nile (Agapanthus)? Ways to Deter Deer

Agapanthus a Weed

Deer are perhaps the biggest garden pest people have to worry about if they live in deer-prone areas. Being aware of the effects these animals can cause, you would be quick to ask the question if deer eat Lily of the Nile also known as Agapanthus.  Deer will eat Lily of the Nile (agapanthus) when … Read more

Why Are Agapanthus So Expensive?

Where to Plant Agapanthus

Agapanthus plants are by no means unattractive plants. Every part of these plants can be uniquely distinguished from your typical garden plants. But, be warned they don’t come cheap!  Agapanthus can be expensive because of their foliage and flower appearance, maturity, form (seeds/live plants), tolerance to sun and heat, and genetic enhancements. If you are … Read more

Why Do Agapanthus Flowers Flop?

Agapanthus Flowers Flop

Agapanthus flowers are a lovely little bouquet of individual bluish violet or white flowers. That’s when they are open and upright! But if the agapanthus flowers flop, it creates a question about what went wrong?  Often Agapanthus flowers flop due to water availability, soil quality, genetic modification (larger flower heads), or weather conditions.  Reasons Why … Read more

Where to Buy Agapanthus? Factors to Consider Before Buying

Where to Plant Agapanthus

Agapanthus plants are definitely a must-have if you live in warm and sunny areas. It is green, relatively hardy, and has scenic flowers. But, if you don’t already have them, you will want to know where to buy agapanthus. You can buy agapanthus from a variety of places, like your nearby local nurseries, department/gardening stores, … Read more

5 Reasons Why Agapanthus Leaves Turn White

Agapanthus Leaves Turn White

Agapanthus leaves are naturally green. And anyone would want to know why agapanthus leaves turn white. Reasons for agapanthus leaves turning white include Excessive sunlight, Germination, Viruses during division, Powdery mildew, and Chlorosis. P.S- Agapanthus flowers turn white also, but for slightly different reasons.  Is It Normal for Agapanthus Leaves to Turn White? It is … Read more

Are Agapanthus Roots Invasive? If So, Why?

Agapanthus Roots Invasive

Drought-hardy plants are a blessing in disguise if you live in sunny areas that see limited water and soaring temperatures. The Agapanthus (Lily of the Nile) is one such plant that adapts to all of these conditions. Yes, the Agapanthus roots are invasive as they spread to the full area that is available to them. … Read more

Do Agapanthus Like Full Sun? What About Shade?

Agapanthus Like Full Sun

Some plants tend to wilt or droop when given full sun. But, one plant that enjoys full sun is the Agapanthus plant. You’ll find that agapanthus plants or the Lily of the Nile will flourish with more sunlight.  Agapanthus like full sun and should be given no less than 6 to 8 hours of direct … Read more