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.
Coronavirus: Update: 24th May: We'd like to thank all our customers over the past eight weeks, 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! Any questions please contact us on 01208 872291.
We are a small nursery, just two of us, and we live on site. We are rigorously following all government guidelines. Our mail order is carrying on as normal, dispatching plants within 5 working days maximum - and usually it's within 48 hours. Our carriers are busy with an increased volume of parcels and have informed us that the boxes we send may take a little longer than the normal 24 hours - therefore we are only dispatching plants on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays so that hopefully no plants are delayed in a depot over a weekend.
To all our customers we wish you good health during these difficult times - and enjoy your garden.
Lovely large heads of bicolor flowers, petals white at tips diffusing to deep blue at base. Hardy, the leaves are semi-evergreen in mild winters..
Agapanthus 'Castle of Mey'
One of the first agapanthus to flower in our garden. Very floriferous and hardy, with masses of blue-violet flowers.
Agapanthus 'Sea Coral'
A semi-evergreen agapanthus with a tiny hint of pink at the end of the flower bud, opening to white. A good grower.
Large flower heads making a real statement, the individual flowers are star-shaped. Deciduous and hardy.
And some of the other plants we grow...
Large, closely spaced flowers of an unusual soft apricot-orange-pink with sword-shaped leaves. Blooms mid summer.
A super red hot poker for the smaller garden. Masses of rich salmon orange pokers from early summer onwards above neat leaves.
An attractive colour mix with the outer petals red-orange and the inner petals yellow. Smaller flowered but lots of them in July and August.