Agapanthus 'Cornish Sky'
Last listed in the RHS Plant Finder in 2011 this is an exceptionally rare agapanthus. It was bred by former national collection holder Dick Fulcher. It is a tall and late flowering (September) variety. The mid blue flower heads are large, each flower is on a relatively long pedicel (stalk). This cultivar is well worth growing, recommend either in a very large pot or in a very sheltered south facing site. It will take a bit of time to reach full potential, growing into an enormous clump.
In 2 litre pots and flowering size