Clump-forming and hardy perennial, forming a basal rosette of broad mid-green leaves and with large clusters of white flowers on tall stems in summer. Evergreen. Prefers a sunny site. It is best to keep agapanthus watered after flowering so that flower buds form for the following year. H: 90cm
Tall agapanthus, ideal for a hot, dry sunny border. Rounded umbels of pale blue flowers occur on strong stems in late summer. One of the latest flowering agapanthus. Attractive narrow grey-green leaves. Deciduous. H:60-120cm.
Sun-loving frost hardy perennial that produces a succession of bright purple-blue flowers throughout summer, contrasting nicely with the glossy green leaves and purple stems. The foliage has the charactersitic aniseed fragrance when crushed. Very appealing to bees and other pollinating insects. Well drained soils are pretty essential. Definitely hardy to -5C.
Sun-loving hardy perennial, with characteristically aromatic foliage. 'Fluffy' terminal racemes of small blue/deep blue flowers throughout the summer into the autumn. Fantastic for bees and butterflies. H:75cm
Extremely useful plant for front of border or rockery. Grey green twisted prostrate leaves and umbels of mauve flower in late summer to early autumn. Fully hardy. Grow in full sun and well drained soil. H:20cm
Vigorous low growing woody based perennial. From spring to early summer produces very pretty lavender-blue flowers with creamy-grey backs that are larger than the flowers borne by the parent wild species . Plant in humus rich soil that remains cool and moist throughout the year, for example in partial shade under deciduous trees or shrubs or in a woodland garden. . Hardy. H:15cm.