For a full, lush, almost tropical addition to your landscaping there is no more perfect choice of plant than the lovely Lily of the Nile Agapanthus. Featuring beautiful clusters of bright blue flowers on stalks that stick up and above clumps of long slender leaves of evergreen foliage, the Lily of the Nile shrub is at its best when planted in groups as a uniquely attractive landscaping display. Just as striking planted in a container for areas with harsh Winter cold, wherever you plant this lovely shrub as long as you put it in partial to full sun and water it weekly it should easily grow to its maximum foliage size of one and a half feet tall and wide, with up to two and a half feet tall flower stalks. Blooming from late Spring to early Summer, attract butterflies and hummingbirds with ease when you plant a Lily of the Nile in your garden or yard.
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