I’ve collected together our collection of Agapanthus and arranged them in a rough height order for you to compare side by side. Clicking on a variety will take you back to that entry inn our shop.

Agapanthus 'Peter Pan'

Agapanthus ‘Peter Pan’

  • Agapanthus ‘Peter Pan’ is a new compact Agapanthus with a dwarf habit. Makes a good clump of leaves to 15cm and in July to September sends up many stems 30-45cm high with open umbels of pale sky-blue flowers each petal enhanced by a darker blue stripe. Hardy in a sunny well drained position
Agapanthus 'Glacier Stream'

Agapanthus ‘Glacier Stream’

  • Agapanthus ‘Glacier Stream’. Produces a profusion of soft white flowers from green buds. Each flower is tinted slightly purple outside and has a subtle purple stripe. The anthers are grey and the flower stems are flushed purple, making a soft dusky white effect which sits more comfortably in some schemes than a bright white. One of the earliest to flower, blooming from July – august on relaxed, gently arching stems. deciduous and very hardy. 45cm


  • Agapanthus ‘Black Pantha’. A really dark beauty. Glistening deep violet buds are shaded black with a ruby flush where they meet the bronze pedicels. They stand up at first and, as they open, droop to form a rounded head of darkest violet-blue flowers.The nodding form acts to emphasise the glossy backy-blue reverse on the petals and the dark stripe inside. 60cm high in flower. July-September
Agapanthus 'Sunfield'

Agapanthus ‘Sunfield’

  • Agapanthus ‘Sunfield’. One of the best performing mid sky blue Agapanthus. It is vigorous and very floriferous producing huge 20-30cm across heads of good sky blue flowers enhanced by a bolder stripe and opening from darker buds. Easy, deciduous and hardy. Good strong upright stems from August onwards.
Agapanthus 'Enigma'

Agapanthus ‘Enigma’

  • Agapanthus ‘Enigma’.  The first bicolour agapanthus to be bred in the UK by Ken Rigney. This lovely Agapanthus is neither blue nor white but a beautiful combination of both. Lots of trumpet shaped flowers are borne by reddish bronze pedicels and from white buds become more and more stained at the bases with purple-blue. When fully open the insides and main section of the petals are pure white but the tube and a stripe on the reverse of the petals is violet. The white stamens are tipped with dark anthers. Altogether something really different and a real eye-catcher. 75cm. July-August. Evergreen
Agapanthus 'Windsor Grey'

Agapanthus ‘Windsor Grey’Agapanthus ‘Windsor Grey’

  • Agapanthus ‘Windsor Grey’. A subtle and very beautiful cultivar which is very easy to grow. Flower heads are large and dense with distinctly trumpet shaped flowers that point down at an angle. The colour is palest violet blue, fading to pink as the flower withers. 85cm, Late Summer. Semi-deciduous
Agapanthus 'Blue Giant'

Agapanthus ‘Blue Giant’

  • Agapanthus ‘Blue Giant’.  Another of Lewis Palmer’s hybrids raised at Bressingham with rich deep blue flowers in rounded heads set atop dark purple stained stems. The foliage is distinctively darker and more compact and the stems tend to come earlier than most and reach 80-100cm. The foliage is deciduous or semi-evergreen in mild winters.
Agapanthus 'Blue Triumphator'

Agapanthus ‘Blue Triumphator’

  • Agapanthus ‘Blue Triumphator’. One of the best of hardy hybrid Agapanthus. Soft violet-blue florets each accentuated by a purple-blue central vein in spherical heads containing 30-50 individual flowers. A large tall variety reaching 1.2m in flower in July to September. Deciduous and hardy. Associates well with Artemisias.
Agapanthus 'Headbourne Hybrid'

Agapanthus ‘Headbourne Hybrid’

  • Agapanthus Headbourne hybrids. Good vigorous blue Agapanthus selected for hardiness and garden performance. In the 1950’s and 1960’s Lewis Palmer began to hybridise A. campanulatus at his garden at Headbourne Worthy near Winchester. He gave away many of his seedlings and consequently the name of the ‘Headbourne Hybrids’ has become attributed to a range of good blues which are heralded as being some of the most reliable Winter hardy Agapanthus. Their deciduous nature allows well sited plants to survive down to -15oC although below -5oC a deep mulch of bracken or other insulating material is recommended. They are generally around 80cm high and flower July to August.
Agapanthus umbellatus Albus

Agapanthus umbellatus Albus

  • Agapanthus ‘White Umbrella’. Tall (140cm) strong stems with large spherical heads crammed with glistening white flowers. They are a beautiful sight to behold in full flower in Summer and have become particular favourites for larger pots in the English Country Garden. They have handsome dark green, broad strap-like evergreen leaves which can form impenetrable ground cover in milder Counties. Their evergreeen natutre makes them less robust in cold Winters and in pots they are best brought under cover (no heat is required, just hard frost protection). Flowers June-August. A. praecox subsp. Orientalis, A. africanus, A. umbellatus