The Q&A Archives: Agapanthus

Question: My potted Agapanthus have not bloomed in the last three years. I take them in the winter. What do I need to do? The leaves look fine.

Answer: Although it seems like forever, agapanthus usually won't bloom until it is about 4 years old. The only thing you can do is feed it weekly (use a half-strength dilution of liquid fertilizer such as Miracle-Gro) and give it lots of water. Site them in full sun or partial shade, and just be patient. They will eventually bloom!

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