This stunning Agapanthus featuring umbrellas of blackish buds opening to deep dark purple flowers over the summer months. The dark green foilage from which the stems emerge provides a contrasting backdrop. It is the perfect plant in times of drought and water restrictions! They are a stunning feature to any garden, and most importantly thrive in the hot Queensland climate.
Preferring full sun to part shade, Agapanthus Black Magic is an easy to grow plant that is particularly hardy.
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Water when establishing and during warmer periods when flowering.
Agapanthus' can grow in a wide variety of soil conditions, but should be placed in well-drained soil.
Mulch around the plant and fertilise with slow release fertiliser.