Blue Storm agapanthus in the landscape 2

Blue Storm agapanthus, seen here up close in the landscape, offers up to three flushes of blooms in a season, with dense tufts of strappy foliage providing interest between bloom times. Bluestorm is part of Tesselaar Plants' Storm agapanthus family, which provides more blooms on any other agapanthus (also called African lily or lily of the Nile) on stronger, sturdier stems. Storm was also the only agapanthus to have survived the Dallas Arboretum's plant trials in extreme heat and humidity, so it's extremely drought-tolerant.

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Taken on January 8, 2004
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