My 4 yo Agapanthus (African Lily) The plants are easy to propagate by division if you have a mature plant, or you can plant agapanthus seed pods. (when propagating by division, you want to divide every 2-3 yrs)Seed propagation isn't difficult, but keep in mind that the plants likely won't produce blooms for at least 2-3 yrs. This is why I'm sooo 😁 about my newest African Lily...I propagated by dividing this plant #agapanthus #lilyofthenile #africanlillyblue @Hayley.R
Iv got three older agapanthus that certainly need sorting out. I keep them in pots to over winter ( and sink pot into boarder during summer). I think im just too scared to loose them. Iv got three babies that iv had for two years now and there not very big at all. Do you divide it in spring before flowering or after flowering? @gardengirlla
@Hayley.R I dig up roots at 2 yo after flower has died usually Fall, I separate into a few pieces & replant then. It'll come up early Spring this way. You can also replant it after last frost of the yr.
@Hayley.R I do this with most bulbs that you can propagate by division. I find if you replant asap as you dig bulb up it stands a better chance of thriving bc the winter cold will give your bulb a better chance due to it having survived winter, bulb is cool, then here comes the Spring🌞bulbs will pop right up!!! *I store my seeds in a brown paper bag in my freezer. Less chances of mildewed seed they're chilled & when they hit that warm ground & 🌞 shines on them, you'll see faster growth
I can sort of see her color today! She has an attractive, deep blue flower cluster on stalks above clumping, narrow, strap-like with evergreen foliage. Going away for the weekend. Cannot wait to see if she fully blooms 😁 @Hayley.R 👀 #africanlily #lilyofthenile
"Lily of the Nile" Attractive, deep blue flower clusters on stalks above clumping, narrow, strap-like, evergreen foliage. This is plant is 3 yo plant I propagated. Waiting for her first bloom of season to open. Planted her next to our Coy pond. This will be my 2nd Lily of the Nile. #lilyofthenile #africanlily