The Q&A Archives: Non Blooming Agapanthus

Question: I planted Agapanthus seeds. They were sucessful in growing and are very healthy. Except they have never flowered. I planted the seeds three years ago and over winter them in my greenhouse. I have about 25 plants in terra cotta pots. Do they need fertilizer?

Answer: Agapanthus grown from seed will be mature enough to bloom by their 4th summer. You should feed every two weeks during the growing season with a diluted liquid fertilizer. Your plants will thrive when given full sunshine to light afternoon shade, and grown in moist but well-draining soil. By next season your plants should bloom for you.

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