Answer: Agapanthus, or Lily-of-the-Nile is quite adaptable and will grow in full sun, or as little as five hours of sunshine a day. It prefers a loamy soil, but will also grow in heavy clay soils. Established Agapanthus will get by with very little water and will bloom inspite of drought. For best color, though, water during the growing season. It's possible your plant isn't getting its quota of sunlight. Try giving it a bit more sunshine, and hold off a bit on the watering to force it to bloom. Better luck next spring!
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