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Agapanthus orientalis PMN06 Queen Mum - near flowering size

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$11.00
Weight:
0.25 KGS
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Product Description

A beautiful evergreen bicolour agapanthus bred by Pine Mountain Nursery. These plants offered for sale are currently being grown in 140mm pots and are near flowering size tissue cultured plants of agapanthus orientalis PMN06  Queen Mum.  Attached is a picture showing the size of the plants together with some pictures of the plants. 

Description:

Agapanthus orientalis PMN06  Queen Mum (LPO) is a hardy full sized agapanthus bred by Pine Mountain Nursery and marketed by Ozbreed.  Leaves up to 44cm long and 4cm wide with acute leaf tips.   It has a lower seed set than most other agapanthus.

Flowers:

Bicolour violet blue and white flowers on long stems to 1.2m high.  It is a late flowering agapanthus, flowering over the festive season (December into late January).  Best planted in full sun to bring out the flower colour intensity.

Uses:

Perfect as a feature plant in a pot and spectacular if planted as a border to a driveway or fence.  Also makes an excellent cut flower.

Growing Guide:

Prefers a full sun to semi-shaded location.  An easy to grow hardy plant that thrives in most conditions and requires minimum maintenance.  

Companion planting:

A great companion agapanthus planted in front of Agapanthus Purple Cloud or behind Black Magic for impact. 

Problems:

Few problems encountered but poor drainage may rot the root system and crown.

Unauthorised commercial propagation or any sale, conditioning, export, import or stocking of propagating material of this variety is an infringement under the Plant Breeder’s Rights Act 1994.


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  1. Amazing flowers.

    Posted by Todd on 15th Oct 2009

    The flowers Are a real talking point around Christmas time. These plants are tough. They live in cold and humidity, a far cry from some other Agapanthus that were released over the last 5 years.