Agapanthus Albus is the white version of the more common blue African lily or lily of the Nile. This impressive plant features large globe shaped heads made up of clusters of individual white trumpet shaped flowers. The flower heads are help aloft on stiff upright stalks surrounded by glossy green strap like leaves which retain their colour all year round. Flowering time is from mid to late summer.
Agapanthis was one of the first South African plants to become firm favourites in European gardens after leaving its home in the Western Cape mountains in the 17th century.