Agapanthus Inapertus Graskop also known as Grassland Agapanthus is native to the nortwest Trasvaal region of South Africa
This striking Agapanthus with its compact head of drooping, dark violet blue flowers and neat clumps of strap shaped light green leaves always draws comments when first seen.
The buds as they emerge seem almost black and are held erect, slowly elongating and becoming pendulous as they open.
Useful in mass plantings, small groups, and as a potted plant.
Plant in full sun in well drained soil , give it regular waterings late spring through summer. It is a deciduous species.
We are offering a well established plant that may or may not be dormant depending upon the time of the year.