Agapanthus 'Bressingham Blue' (deciduous)

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Botanical name

Agapanthus 'Bressingham Blue', Agapanthus campanulatus ‘Bressingham Blue’


Introduced in 1972 and selected by the late Alan Bloom of Bressingham Gardens (UK) from thousands of seedlings of Headbourne Hybrids.


Small to medium-sized deciduous Agapanthus, blooms in July and August with beautiful deep blue flowers (photo slightly overexposed), reasonably hardy.

Height 0,7-0,8m

Flowering period

End of June, July - August


Small, but well-filled flower heads full of deep blue flowers


One of the better 'hardy' varieties, terrace plant, tub plant, border plant, together with 'Findlay's Blue' one of the parent plants of A. 'Maurice', there is also an A. 'Bressingham White'

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