Knee-high pretty agapanthus, taller than Peter Pan, smaller than Blue, with purple-blue blooms. Ideal for mixed borders, pots, edging, planting in drifts. Cold-hardy and sun-loving - try it in a tough spot and especially at the coast.We love Queen Anne for her soft colour, striped flowers, compact sizeNeed help deciding which variety to choose? Our post Which Agapanthus Is Best For You? will help you.
APPEARANCE :  Taller than 'Peter Pan', smaller than Agapanthus Blue, Queen Anne is a versatile size plant with wide strappy leaves and rounded purple-blue flowers in spring and summer, pale with a deeper stripe down the centre of each petal. Well suited to mixed borders and pots. USE FOR : Great for mass plantings in the garden, a splash of flowering colour through summer, potted colour. Useful as a firebreak plant for firewise gardens CARE : Hardy and low maintenance. Lift and divide when clumps get too large. 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. Surprisingly tolerant of cold and dry conditions but growth is restricted in these conditions. HEIGHT & WIDTH : 40-60cm H x 40 cm W. YOUR PLANTS : These plants are tube-stock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide