Height: 20cm
Spread: 40cm
Coastal Conditions
Drought Tolerant
Full Sun
Low Maintenance
Low Water Use
Tolerates Dryness
Well Drained


Agapanthus praecox ‘Baby Pete’

Common Name: African Lily

Agapanthus 'Baby Pete' is a superior new dwarf form of Agapanthus. It has been selected for many commercial, consumer and environmental attributes. A major feature is that 'Baby Pete' reaches a maximum foliage height of only 20cm tall with flower stems reaching to around 35cm long and only 15-20cm above foliage.

Uses:

Mass plant as low maintenance ground cover
Edging paths, drives and other paved surfaces
Hardy for commercial landscaping or public spaces
Container displays for hot, sunny locations
Small gardens, patios and courtyards

Care:

Easy to grow in most soil types which are well draining. Apply a slow release fertiliser in spring. No pruning generally required although removing spent flowering stems will encourage further flushes.

Planting:

Low water requirements. Once established, quite dry tolerant requiring only occasional deep watering during extended periods of heat.

Categories

  • Bird Attracting
  • Borders
  • Climber
  • Conifers
  • Containers
  • Deciduous Tree
  • Evergreen Tree
  • Exotic
  • Ferns
  • Foliage
  • Fragrant
  • Grasses
  • Ground Cover
  • Hedging
  • Indoor
  • Native
  • Ornamental Grasses
  • Ornamental Tree
  • Palms
  • Roses
  • Scented Flowers
  • Screening
  • Shade
  • Shrubs
  • Standard
  • Topiary

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