Agapanthus bloom in large, round clusters of white or blue-purple flowers atop strong, tall stems. Commonly known as the Lily of the Nile, African Blue Lily, and African Lily, the genus Agapanthus contains about 10 species.
ORIGIN: Agapanthus is native to South Africa. The name Agapanthus translates to "Flower of Love," as it comes from the Greek, agape, meaning love, and anthos, meaning flower.
AVAILABILITY: Spring to Fall
CARE & HANDLING: Remove all foliage that will be sitting below the water line. Cut stems and place in a clean container with room-temperature water. Keep in cool location out of direct sunlight and drafts. Replenish water as needed.