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Agapanthus 'Storm Cloud' 1 gal

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The foliage alone can reach two feet tall - just wait until the purple flower stalks emerge, towering above the strap leaves!

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Agapanthus, or Lily-of-the-Nile, has been treasured by gardeners for literally centuries, and when you see 'Storm Cloud' in bloom, you'll understand why. This variety is at the larger end of the scale with its strap leaves forming mounds up to two feet tall and two to three feet wide. Sturdy flower stalks grow even taller, reaching three to four feet in height, with clusters of up to 100 violet blue flowers each. Though semi-evergreen here in the Pacific NW, any foliage that lingers may take on red to purple hues during the cold months. 

Common Name Lily of the Nile
Mature Size Foliage 2 feet tall, 2 - 3 feet wide. Flower stalks 3 - 4 feet tall
Growth Rate Moderate
Cold Hardiness 0 - 10 ° F
Characteristics Semi-evergreen, deer resistant, attracts hummingbirds
Light Sun to partial sun
Structure Mounding clump with upright flowers
Bloom Color Violet blue
Bloom Time Summer
Uses Woodland gardens, container planters, back of border, mass plantings
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