Agapanthas - Knowledgebase Question

Encino, Ca
Question by wendz1
October 22, 2009
Due to the drought and water restrictions my agapanthas have turned mostly brown and are ugly. They are beginning to get new growth but that will not cover the dried ugly bottoms of the plants. How can I make them look lush and green again? Should I separate them into tiny plants?

Answer from NGA
October 22, 2009


I'd simply cut off the dead brown foliage to make room for the new growth. You can certainly separate them (which will make removing the dead foliage easier) and then replant each division. By next summer the division will have grown into much larger plants. Best wishes with your agapanthus!

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