Love dark-flowered agapanthus and want a variety that won't spread? Black Pantha has almost black buds that open to rich purple flowers during spring and bold arching foliage that will create a dramatic statement within your garden.Need help deciding which variety to choose? Our post Which Agapanthus Is Best For You? will help you.
APPEARANCE : A popular variety of agapanthus with arching broad long leaves, almost black flower buds and deep purple flowers on tall stems during spring. Flowerheads are large, up to 20cm across. Black Pantha is notably sterile and drought resistant once established. Agapanthus are strappy leaved plants with rounded clusters of blooms on tall flower spikes. USE FOR: Elegant, stately and architecturally pleasing they are great for mass plantings in the garden for a splash of flowering colour through summer. PLANTING: Agapanthus are surprisingly hardy and worth a go in most protected areas but will prefer full sun to part shade. Plant in a well drained soil, mulch and fertilise when planting but not too rich in organic matter and go easy with the fertiliser. Frost tolerant once established, avoid planting in waterlogged areas. CARE: Hardy and low maintenance. Lift and divide when clumps get too large. HEIGHT & WIDTH: 1m H x 1m W. YOUR PLANTS: These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide