Repel pests and attract beauty with the lovely Agapanthus White perennial. These crisp white bell-like flower clusters bloom in the mid-summer, attracting butterflies and birds, and resist drought and pests until the early fall months.
The Agapanthus White is a stunning addition to any garden. This hardy perennial stands out from the crowd with its bold white flowers and evergreen foliage. The Agapanthus White prefers full sun to partial shade, and it can be grown in USDA hardiness zones 5-9. It is drought tolerant and can handle temperatures ranging from -10 to 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Agapanthus White is a fast-growing plant that can reach heights of up to two feet and spread out to a diameter of three feet. Its rhizomatous roots make it an excellent choice for ground cover. Its blooms appear in late summer and early fall, with each flower sitting atop a tall stem that stands above the foliage. The flowers are white and have a pleasant, sweet scent. Once the flowers have died off, the plant will produce seed pods that can be harvested and used for propagation.
This plant requires little maintenance and is relatively pest resistant. The Agapanthus White is an ideal choice for gardeners looking for a hardy, low-maintenance perennial for their garden. It is an excellent choice for borders and can be used as a ground cover. Its beautiful white flowers will add year-round interest to any garden.