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Agapanthus

user-162133 | Posted in General Discussion on

I overwintered my 2-year old agapanthus and before it got nice enough weather to put it ouside this spring, the thing shot up about 15 blooms!  So now I have it outside, still in its pot, and wonder if it will bloom anymore.  Was that just a one-shot show for the season??  If not, then how can I make it bloom again?  And how often should I fertilize it?  Would it like it better if I put it in the ground?

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  1. FitnessNut | | #1

    You might have better luck if you asked your question in "Over the Fence", the gardening forum. Gatherings is a sewing discussion board. (For the record, I haven't the foggiest idea what an agapanthus is....)

    1. user-162133 | | #2

      Silly me - I'm new to all this.  THANK YOU!!

  2. mem | | #3

    Avtually I know what they are and they grow like weeds here in Australia . Just cut back the flower heads and wait till next year .

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