This plant is almost in between a evergreen and a deciduous specimen. In our colder regions I therefore classify it in the deciduous Agapanthus. So know that it can also keep its leaves somewhat in the winter. May flower early in June, and even a second time in September. This cultivar is named after the 'Jacaranda' tree, a tropical tree with beautiful blue flowers. This is new in our range. Is referred to by many as one of the best Agapanthus. I am very curious myself.
This Agapanthus received an 'AGM' (RHS Award of Garden Merit) in 2019 during the trials at Wisley Gardens.
Ken Rigney - New Zealand
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