An agapanthus for every garden...

 

We specialise in growing agapanthus plants on our nursery.

 

All our agapanthus plants are growing in 2 litre pots and are well established with good root systems.  They should flower within a year of planting.  We propagate our agapanthus by division or  micropropagation therefore all are true to form.  If you would like any help in selecting which ones are right for your garden please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Please note that some of our agapanthus are now putting up tall flowers spikes and these may have to be cut off before dispatch.

 

Coronavirus:  We'd like to thank all our customers over the past months for your continued support; we've been very busy dispatching orders.  We try to keep our website up-to-date and you may notice that on a few varieties we have noted only one or two left.  Please don't be put off - these are good plants!  

 

Please note that the nursery is not open to visitors at the moment but if you are in the area you are welcome to collect plants from our entrance,. 

Any questions please contact us on 01208 872291

 

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Agapanthus campanulatus

The softest blue flowers in good full umbels with deciduous leaves with a hint of blue to them.  Exceptionally hardy. and reliable.

Will grow well in a border or in a pot.

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Agapanthus 'Indigo Dreams' 

Real purple flowers, not the largest umbels but many of them. Deciduous leaves and hardy.

Agapanthus 'Windsor Grey'

Dove grey with a hint of lilac towards the base of the petals.  Lovely large flower heads..  Semi-evergreen and hardy.

Agapanthus caulescens

Large flower heads making a real statement, the individual flowers are star-shaped.  Deciduous and hardy.

copyright 2020 Ricky Winton & Sarah Wilks

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Sarah Wilks and Ricky Winton, ProperPlants

Penknight

Lostwithiel

Cornwall PL22 0JD.

Tel. 01208 872291