Agapanthus orientalis 'Storm Cloud'

African Lily

  • Dark blue-violet, trumpet flowers grouped in clusters (about 6"- 8") on stems that rise 2'- 4' above foliage
  • Summer foliage stays green, but turns to red-purple into Winter
  • Height: 12-48 in
  • Spread: 24-36 in
  • Hardiness Zone: 7-10

Interesting Notes:

It is believed that the word Agapanthus is derived from the words 'Agape' and 'Anthos'. 

Agape, meaning Love or Friendship and Anthos, meaning Flower. Therefor some calling it the "Flower of Friendship/Love", "Love Flower", or "Lovely Flower".

African Lily Characteristics & Attributes:

Exposure
Habit
Upright
Mounding
Soil Moisture
Bloom Color
Foliage Color
Green
Attributes
Attracts Wildlife
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