Agapanthus require a position soil in full sun and prefer a rich, moist fertile soil that is well-drained, so incorporate as much organic matter as you can when you first plant them. Agapanthus are very successful when grown in pots with their roots restricted as the plant puts more energy into producing flowers rather than leaves.
Brookside Nursery Top Tip – Water well in the summer months and sparingly in winter and feed with a balanced liquid fertiliser once growth starts until it is in flower.
Divide large clumps in spring but be aware that it can take them a year or so to settle before flowering again.
Each plant variety comes in a 9cm pot that is healthy, well rooted, growing well and is ready to be planted into your garden straight away. Planting now will ensure that the plants have a good long growing season and will be settled in and ready to burst into growth again next spring, even bigger and better.