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Agapanthus seeds


By Milky

United Kingdom Gb

I have germinated about half a dozen Agapanthus seeds, and just wondered if anybody knows how old they would have to be before they are large enough to produce a flower head?



I planted mine out last summer 08. I'm not holding my breath for at least another year for flowers. But I shall let you know if anything changes.

11 Feb, 2009


Usually 2 years but could be 3.

12 Feb, 2009


Do not prick them out. Leave them in the seed pot and replant the whole thing in a deeper one and after about 6 weeks after potting, feed every two weeks with half strength liquid fertiliser until they die sown. Repot the following Spring.

12 Feb, 2009


Thanks for your help..Boys.........good job I asked the question as I was about to pot up singly

12 Feb, 2009

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