noun, plural ag·a·pan·thus·es.
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Origin of agapanthus
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The Agapanthus, being a heavy feeder, should be grown in strong loam to which is added well rotted manure and a little sand.
As the Agapanthus is a gross-feeding plant, it should be re-potted annually in autumn, and be wintered in a cool pit or frame.
Agapanthus taxes the soil severely, and must have ample nourishment in pots.
After flowering they may be treated as are amaryllis or agapanthus.
Agapanthus will at once respond, and flowers usually follow.The Mayflower, January, 1905|Various