Agapanthus are one of the most popular flowering plants in Australia at the moment, which is not at all surprising as it is an incredible striking plant that requires little attention. So here are our top three tips for agapanthus.
What do you do when they don’t flower?
Let’s be honest; the main reason why you have this plant in your garden is because of its flowers. So what do you do when they don’t flower? Although agapanthus can grow in just about any position, too much shade will discourage the plants from flowering. To enjoy these striking flowers, simply remove plants from the shaded areas they are in and place in an area where they will receive full sun.
Get new plants for free
It’s no gardening secret, agapanthus divide really well. To increase the amount of plants you have, dig up your agapanthus in late winter and divide them into separate plants using your spade. Simply replant back into your garden beds, it’s as easy as that.
A single plant that awkwardly juts out of the landscape is never a good look. As Jack Johnson would sing “it’s always better when we’re together”. Agapanthus look majestic in rows or clusters so why would you plant them any other way?