Agapanthus are typically grown in warmer zones, but Walters Gardens is pleased to introduce a collection of vigorous varieties that are hardy to zone 6! These varieties have overwintered in our heavy snow winters for the more than 7 years. They're out of this world with globular clusters that are produced on tall stems over large, rounded clumps of foliage.
4" clusters of dark blue flowers. Thanks to rebloom, this is one of the last to stay in flower; mid-September here in Michigan.
Agapanthus appear similar to the popular bulb Allium with their giant clusters of star shaped flowers. Where they vary is in the time of bloom, typically later in the summer, and far more numerous flower stalks per plant. These plants thrive with adequate moisture and will take center stage in the landscape while in flower.