noun, plural ag·a·pan·thus·es.
- agapetus i,
- agapetus ii,
Origin of agapanthus
Examples from the Web for agapanthus
After flowering they may be treated as are amaryllis or agapanthus.
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.
Agapanthus will at once respond, and flowers usually follow.The Mayflower, January, 1905|Various
The Agapanthus, being a heavy feeder, should be grown in strong loam to which is added well rotted manure and a little sand.