Agapanthus White Storm As white Agapanthus go, the relatively new variety of Agapanthus: White Storm is a good choice. This lovely perennial shrub produces beautiful large sculptural white flowers on long elegant stems of circa 60 cm tall. This variety has a long flowering season and a free-flowering habit, with the brilliant white blossoms stealing the show for up to 70 days each summer. The blossoms are produced from late June to early September. Also known as African Lily, this plant boasts attractive strappy narrow foliage at the base of the tall flower-bearing stems.
It is a part of specially bred Storm™ Agapanthus that stand out for their compact size, long-lasting flowers and undemanding nature. A compact evergreen shrub with a free-flowering habit that is reliable every year, Agapanthus White Storm is a great candidate for small and big gardens alike.
Height and Spread of Agapanthus White Storm This variety is quite compact which makes it a good candidate for growing in pots or containers. Usually, it will reach up to 60 to 70 cm in height with a spread of 45 centimetres.
How Hardy is Agapanthus White Storm Agapanthus are very hardy perennials, originating from the high altitudes of South Africa where temperatures can drop as low as -15C.
How To Use Agapanthus White Storm Agapanthus White Storm will look great whether planted in the ground or in a container. The elegant habit and stunning flowers will beautifully complement evergreens in a mixed hedge, but they also do well on their own, as they are ornamental enough to be the focal point of any landscape. The flowers are adored by bees, so you can rely on this lovely shrub to attract pollinators to your garden. As with most Agapanthus, this is an excellent candidate for coastal areas.
How To Care For Agapanthus White Storm For such an eye-catching plant, Agapanthus White Storm requires little maintenance. Make sure the soil is free draining and rich, and pick a sunny spot in the garden for your new shrub to thrive.
Agapanthus White Storm will look great whether planted in the ground or in a containers. Make sure the soil is free draining and rich.