Peter Pan


Peter Pan is a dwarf Agapanthus.  Their buds do look like a pointed Peter Pan cap.

They bend and straighten as they prepare to bloom.


Agapnathus’s foliage is evergreen, which makes it a great plant to fill in empty spaces.


As they say, location is everything.  The Peter Pans never bloomed in their original spot, but once moved, they bloomed and multiplied.  This is their best year yet.



9 Comments on “Peter Pan”

  1. Those look great. I have been enjoying my Agapanthus for the first time this year.

  2. Christina says:

    How hardy are they, often the other evergreen varieties suffer in our winters.

  3. Is it the soil? Or the sun? The buds look like garlic scapes. Are they related?

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