Yes, it's my pretty agapanthus row again! The plants have come into full bloom and it's hard not to share!
I have two colors: blue and white. I'm dreaming of expanding my garden with these plants. They're such forgiving of neglect and yet bloom so vigorously when the time come. Imagine the whole lot of Tuysonvien would be covered with blue and white blooms in late Spring. What a spectacular sight!
Agapanthus can be propagated by dividing and sowing seeds. I have a few "volunteers" in my front yard.
They can make not only a good show in the garden but as cut flower in the home, as well. In the past, Dalat people didn't care much about the plant; they planted it along property fence or walk ways. Nowadays, they have cultivated it for cut flowers. Each bloom stalk is sold for 3000 dong (about US$0.20) at the market. Visitors from outside Dalat often buy the blooms only to find they won't last more than a day elsewhere! But who could resist such pretty-looking blooms?!