African lily


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Synonyms for African lily

African plant with bright green evergreen leaves and umbels of many usually deep violet-blue flowers

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For structured specimens, Agapanthus (African Lily).
He had four runners in the Irish Derby: the first two favourites, Smokeless and African Lily, and the unfancied Museum and Parisian, whose Guineas performances were regarded as flukes.
Larger again, but not as large as the African lily, is Veltheimia viridifolia.
AGAPANTHUS |(AFRICAN LILY) THESE beautiful perennials used to have a reputation for being tender, but some varieties will withstand frost and come back year after year.
His choices include Physocarpus opulifolius 'Diable d'Or',' a wonderful foliage shrub with arching branches and red-brown leaves, Phormium cookianum, with its bold architectural forms and exotic colours, and Agapanthus, the Blue lily or African lily is a wonderful summer blooming perennial that loves a sunny border or a pot on the patio.
His choices include Physocarpus opulifolius 'Diable d'Or', a wonderful foliage shrub with arching branches and red-brown leaves, Phormium cookianum, with its bold architectural forms and exotic colours, and Agapanthus, the Blue lily or African lily is a wonderful summer blooming perennial that loves a sunny border or a pot on the patio.
His choices include Physocarpus opulifolius'Diable d'Or', a wonderful foliage shrub with arching branches and red-brown leaves, Phormium cookianum, with its bold architectural forms and exotic colours, and Agapanthus, the Blue lily or African lily is a wonderful summer blooming perennial that loves a sunny border or a pot on the patio.
Whereas the blue African lily, Agapanthus can also be planted in April this it is often difficult to establish, so probably better to buy pot grown plants later in spring.
"Summer flowering bulbs such as the wonderful agapanthus, or African lily, also looK fantastic in pots, providing a striKing display of ball-shaped 13cm flower clusters in blues or whites, late in summer.
One of Honey's favourite patio plants is agapanthus, the African lily, a perennial whose trumpet-shaped flowers in blue and occasionally white stand, erect above strappy leaves.
One of Robbie's favourite patio plants is agapanthus, the African lily, a perennial whose trumpet-shaped flowers stand erect above strappy leaves.
Neither agapanthus africanus, the African lily, nor galtonia, the summer hyacinth, are fully hardy.
Winter protection benefits plants of borderline hardiness, including African lily (Agapanthus) red hot poker (Kniphofia), Peruvian lily (Alstomeria), globe artichokes (Cynara Carduneulus) and montbretia (Crocosmia).
Summer-flowering bulbs such as the wonderful agapanthus, or African lily, look fantastic in pots, providing a striking display of ball-shaped 13cm (5in) flower clusters in blues or whites, late in the summer.
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