Agapanthus campanulatus

Agapanthus campanulatus F.M.Leight. is found in moist grassland, on rocky hillsides from the Eastern Cape to the Northern province. Growing to 70 cm, this species is deciduous, grows in colonies, and has light to dark blue flowers with darker blue stripes. Tepal lobes are spreading. It blooms summer to fall, December to March. Photos by Cameron McMaster. The last three were taken in Maclear.

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