Agapanthus praecox subsp. orientalis Queen Mum™ ('PMN06')

Queen Mum™ Lily of the Nile

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Patents: PPAF US20100050307

Family: Amaryllidaceae

Genus: Agapanthus

Parent: Agapanthus praecox subsp. orientalis

Category: Perennial

Zones: (7)8 to 10

Size: To 4' tall and 3' wide in bloom, foliage 18" tall

Exposure: Sun, Filtered Sun, Part Shade

Description: 

Flowers are white with blue towards the base, large. Wide, strap-like leaves.

History: 

From SMGrowers.com: This plant was the result of a breeding program at John and Gail Craigie's Pine Mountain Nursery in Pine Mountain, Queensland Australia aimed at producing blue and white bicolored Agapanthus orientalis flowers. This plant was selected in 1999 from seedlings resulting from self pollinating an Agapanthus orientalis cultivar with the breeder's code 'PMN01'.

Southern Living Plant Collection.

My Experience: 

I purchased a 3-gallon pot at McCorkles in June 2012 with 2 plants in it and split it with a friend. I potted up one plant and overwintered it in the conservatory. I planted it in the Pool Lawn Border in 2013 but it did not bloom. I moved it to the Octagonal Perennial Garden in June 2014.


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