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Agapanthus ‘Ever White’ (PBR) ‘Wp001’
(African Lily)


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June - August
60cm x 60cm
Cut Flowers
Half Hardy
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Agapanthus ‘Ever White’ is a popular perennial in our range and never out of style. Its pure white blooms and glossy green foliage complement a variety of garden styles, shining in borders or containers. Our horticultural team cherishes its versatility and recommends pairing it with companions like Lavender, Nepeta, or Echinacea for a stunning display of contrasting colours and textures. This perennial effortlessly adds an elevated sense of style, height and charm to your garden space.

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Agapanthus 'Ever White' is a very low-maintenance perennial that is popular for it's eye-catching height, colour and texture. This stunning plant boasts clusters of pure white, trumpet-shaped flowers that sit atop long, slender stems. But don't let its delicate appearance fool you—Agapanthus 'Ever White' is an extremely hardy perennial that can withstand drought, frost and even salt spray, making it perfect for coastal gardens. Agapanthus 'Ever White' simply planted in a sunny or partially shaded spot, with some occasional watering during dry-spells, will bloom right from early Summer through to Autumn. Ideal for those difficult to reach areas, it's drought-tolerant nature is great for gardeners with water conservation efforts. But it's not just its beauty and hardiness that makes Agapanthus 'Ever White' a must-have for any garden. It's also great for attracting bees and butterflies, making it a valuable addition to any pollinator-friendly garden. So, whether you're a seasoned gardener or a new gardener looking for an easy-to-care-for plant, Agapanthus 'Ever White' is the perfect choice. With its stunning flowers, hardy nature and ability to attract pollinators, it is easy to understand why our team enjoy seeing it planted on mass.

Planting Conditions

When it comes to planting Agapanthus, the world is your oyster! These versatile plants can thrive in a variety of planting positions, making them the perfect choice for any garden. If you're looking for a classic look, we advise planting them in a border or flower bed. This will give them plenty of space to spread out and show off their interesting blooms. But if you're short on space, Agapanthus also make great container plants. Just make sure the pot is big enough to accommodate their roots, and give them plenty of sunlight and water. And for the adventurous gardener, try planting them in a rock garden or on a slope as this will create a stunning contrast between the delicate flowers and the rugged terrain. So, whether you're a traditionalist or a risk-taker, there's a planting position for Agapanthus that's sure to suit your style.

Watering & Feeding

Agapanthus may be tough, but they need a little TLC to keep them blooming their best. When it comes to watering, it's important to strike a balance—too much water can lead to root rot, while too little can leave them parched. A good rule of thumb is to water them deeply once a week, making sure the soil is moist but not waterlogged. And if you're growing them in a container, be sure to check the soil regularly and water them more frequently if needed. As for feeding, Agapanthus are not particularly fussy. A general-purpose fertiliser once a month during the growing season should provide the right level of nutrients.

General Care

Looking after Agapanthus is easier than you might think! These tough-as-nails plants can thrive in a variety of conditions, making them perfect for gardens of all shapes and sizes. One of the keys to keeping your Agapanthus happy is to give them plenty of sunlight. They love basking in the sun, so make sure you plant them in a spot that gets at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. Another important factor is soil quality. Agapanthus prefer well-draining soil, so make sure you plant them in a spot that won't get waterlogged. And if you're planting them in a container, make sure there are drainage holes to prevent water from building up. Finally, don't forget to deadhead your Agapanthus regularly. This will encourage new blooms to form and keep your plant looking its best.