Answer: Agapanthus can rebloom but they usually only bloom once each year, in early summer. To overwinter your agapanthus, put the plants in a bright, very cool place at 46 degrees. The plants set the flowers in the winter months and need a resting time. Water very little but do not let the foliage dry out. Repot in early spring when you move the plants back outdoors. They should bloom right on schedule. Beginning in spring you can feed with a liquid fertilizer such as Miracle Gro or Peter's (in amounts and with the frequency as recommended on the label). Best wishes with your beautiful new plant!
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