Agapanthus africanus albidus

John Grimshaw
Sun, 22 Jan 2012 09:06:59 PST
The problem is that the Dutch trade sells vast quantities of Agapanthus 
praecox in blue and white as A. africanus, with the consequence that the 
identities are thoroughly confused. If it's growing easily it isn't 
Agapanthus africanus!

John Grimshaw

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Linda Foulis" <>

> I've no reason to believe it is not what it came labelled as, the seed was
> purchased from a reputable seed house.  I >
> Linda Foulis

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