Bob's agapanthus

Luminita vollmer luminita.vollmer@gmail.com
Sat, 05 May 2018 06:19:26 PDT
Sorry for stepping in with a comment - I also have a large pot with an
agapanthus - and live in Minneapolis. I keep it green through the winter,
water it. I have a large room we call the sunroom but it is a regular room
added to the house, 4 seasons, except it has windows all around, and 4 ft
around the room we have laid granite tile - and I have all my plants here
that do not survive outside.

The agaphantus started as a small plant, although itself it is not a small
plant - but over the years, it grew - and this spring I will cut it apart
as well. It stays green over the winter, but does not always bloom. The pot
I have it in is large - 13in tall x 16 across, maybe 35-40 lbs with the
plant inside.
This is what I'm planning -  take it out of the pot, water the root ball
well by soaking in a larger pot with no holes, then cut it with my
"machetti" . Repot one of the sections, and advertise on the local club FB
group for free house plants. Usually I can give away my extras.
If any one here is interested in a section, I would be willing to ship for
cost a manageable section. Just give me a sign.

Luminita

On Sat, May 5, 2018 at 7:32 AM, Jane Sargent <jane@deskhenge.com> wrote:

> What do you do with the agapanthus pot in the winter? Have you a
> greenhouse, or do you just tuck it away in the cellar to die down?
>
> Jane Sargent
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