Got to say, this is the prettiest Agapanthus I have ever seen. I am reliably informed by my mother, (she who leaves a rake on the ground and it takes root and grows exotic flowers, such is her skill, love and level of success as a gardener… ok, maybe I am exaggerating a little, but she is good) this is one hardy unit.
The only thing that would grow in exposed areas facing the exposure of the Roaring 40′s salty winds in north west Tasmania where I grew up. This one looks rather lush, yet delicate, a testament to Elaine’s talent in making nature even more alluring.
Nature also presents them in a white but I cannot see them having as much appeal as Elaine’s Botanicals pretty blue.
Needlecraft stuff we talk about
- Black Parrot Art Room
- CustomFit by Amy Herzog Designs
- Debi Birkin Designs
- Jane Nicholas
- Liverpool Picture Framing
- Mimosa Embroidery
- Regal Craft Cards
- The Stitchery
- Thread Colour Converter