Wordless Wednesday 11/7/12 – Agapanthus

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About Helen Johnstone

I live in Malvern, Worcestershire and am a very keen gardener. I started the Patient Gardener Blog in January 2008 as a way of recording what was happening in my garden and connecting with other like-minded people. I started a second blog PatientGardener 365 January 2013 in order to try and post a photo a day to capture what is growing in my garden or places I have visited
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12 Responses to Wordless Wednesday 11/7/12 – Agapanthus

  1. Rose says:

    Oh oh, it just looks wonderfull!

  2. Rose says:

    Looks more Barcelona than Malverns? Lovely!

  3. What a stunning display!

  4. Christina says:

    A lovely naturalistic planting, beautiful. Christina

  5. That’s interesting. I hadn’t expected it to look like wild garlic. Thought it would look more stately – but maybe I’m muddling it with something else.

  6. pbmgarden says:

    This is a lovely scene you’ve created. I have long admired Agapanthus since seeing it grow in San Francisco. Although the local nursery carries it occasionally, the horticulturalist there warned me against it, saying it never does well in this area of eastern US.

  7. Marijke says:

    So beautiful this field of Agapanthus. I can imagine you have missed this beautiful vieuw when you were in Barcelona. Sorry when I make mistakes in my english but it’s more then 35 years ago since I have learned your languege at school.
    Have a nice evening
    Marijke

  8. I love this plant, and the varieties from the little tiny ones to the enormous.

  9. Yvonne Ryan says:

    Yvonne – NZ – Unfortuntely agapanthus has become a week in parts of Auckland – especially the bush around west Auckland – huge undeveloped parklands of NZ bush, high hills and rugged coastline, lakes and water catchments. I still love it and have it holding a volcanic rock bank. The small/miniature one is planted extensively as a modern plant and doesn’t seem to be such a ‘weed’. Lovely photo!

  10. a wonderful plant I wish I could grow…it looks so easy and natural

  11. Libby says:

    Beautiful! :) Not a lot else to say but I had to say it!

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