Companion Planting With Agapanthus: Good Companion Plants For Agapanthus

By Teo Spengler Agapanthus are tall perennials with gorgeous blue, pink or purple flowers. Also called Lily of the Nile or Blue African Lily, agapanthus is the queen of the late summer garden. Although you may be tempted to dedicate a flower bed to agapanthus, remember that agapanthus companion plants can complement these beauties. Read on for information about plants that grow well with agapanthus. Companion Planting with Agapanthus Once you know about plants that grow well with agapanthus, you can select agapanthus companion plants for your garden. The first thing to keep in mind is that companion plants for agapanthus must share the flower’s preferences for temperature, soil and sun. Agapanthus thrives in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 11. This perennial can reach 5 feet tall, depending on variety, and looks most attractive grown in masses of color. Dwarf agapanthus, such as Peter Pan or

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