The best agapanthus cultivars, also known as lily of the Nile, gives a great and wonderful show of color on borders and beds.

The flowers grow on a central stem that ends in an umbrella with about 20 to 30 tube-shaped flowers. The umbrella is four to eight inches wide, depending on the cultivation.

The only genus of the Agapanthoideae subfamily, which is a part of the family Amaryllidaceae, but it is due to its loneliness that it combines beautiful species and a number of species.



Native to South Africa, the four main species of the genus are A. Africanus, with long, curved leaves, A. praecox and A. Orientalis, the most cultivated species, and finally, A, Inapertus with blue-flowers, are the pendants that are almost completely closed.


These can be thin, evergreen or semi-evergreen. Thinner varieties lose their leaves during the winter months and are usually stiffer than evergreen varieties. More semi-evergreen varieties are evergreen in warm regions and thin in cool regions.
Evergreen varieties thrive in 8 to 11 zones, whereas thin crops usually harden up to 6 zones.

To learn more about the blue lilies of the valley, check out our guide on growing agapanthus, where you will learn how to grow and care for these stunning trees in your garden.



In this article, you will learn about the range of fireworks from different varieties of agapanthus and choose the best ones for your beds and borders.
Hope you are ready to get started? Then Let’s go!

1. Albus
2. Angela
3. Black or Krishna Panth
4. The blue Heaven
5. Blue Yonder
6. Brilliant blue
7. Ever Amethyst
8. Ever midnight
9. Ever sapphire
10. Ever twilight
11. Ever White
12. Galaxy blue
13. Gold drop
14. Graskop
15. Small blue fountain
16. Loch Hope
17. Margaret
18. Midnight dream
19. Neverland
20. Northern stars
21. Queen Mum
22. Silver baby
23. Summer skies
24. Tornado
25. Twister

Without further delay, here are my 25 favorite varieties of agapanthus:


To display snow-white flowers from mid-summer to late, try growing a group of A’s in your flowerbed and the Afrikaans ‘Albus’ on the border.


The individual flowers are horn-shaped and decorate the stems two to three feet high. This cultivation spreads from three to four feet.

For the wonderful contrast of a red, blue or greenhouse, plant the entire boundary of the albus along the driveway.
In winter and spring, you will appreciate the lower tufts of leaves in the form of strips characteristic of evergreen “Albus”.


Have you ever dreamed of delicate light purple flowers with interesting, risky habits? Then “Angela” is right for you.
“Angela”. Photo by Almi.


“Angela” may look decorative but she is up to four feet tall from her zenith, about two feet wide and blooming in the middle. Evergreen and hardy in 8 to 11 regions, ‘Angela’ looks especially beautiful as she grows up in hot pink Echinacea.


For tight, glossy black buds that open into dark purple flowers, try the awesome “Black Pantha” (A. precocious var. Orientalis) on your flower bed.


An evergreen variety of grey-green color, “Black Pantha” grows one to three feet long from flower stalks and spreads from two to three feet.

After all, the plant blooms throughout the spring and summer and the cut flowers stay in a vase for up to two weeks!
You can get plants found in Europe.


For a farmer who reminds you of the blue sky on grey days, try planting a “blue paradise”.
With sky-blue heavenly flowers above the stems, three feet high and three feet wide, “Blue Haven” provides a pop color to the flower bed or vase. Or both.


Hardy, between 7 and 11, blooms “Blue Haven” in the middle of summer, then re-flowers the once-charming Periwingle in the autumn for another goal.

You can find empty root trees in Barpi.


Have you ever dreamed of a distant field with purple wild flowers? Are you lucky enough to catch that kind of scene in the spring, or have you just seen it in a painting or a book?

So let me introduce you to “Blue Yander”, the blue blue forehead that will fill your eyes with all the blue-purple beauty you’ve always wanted.

In the zones of 6 and more, the evergreens and the thin ones between the andoz, the green stems of the ‘Blue Yander’ are two to three feet long and have painted leaves that will somehow surprise the two-legged as opposed to the scattered yellow or tube-coloured houses.


Are you looking for a spray of bright colors that reminds you of the sea just before the storm? Look no further than “Brilliant Blue”, it is a thin variety that grows to about two feet in height and extends from one to two feet and is resistant to zone number areas.

There is a stripe in the middle of each petal with deep blue flowers, “Brilliant Blue” gives your garden a splash of color and texture. The flower stalks are usually shorter than the agapanthus and the whip-like stems give the tree a brief appearance.
This color house is ideal for container gardening or planting among other growing products in the flower bed in front of the house.


Suitable for lovers of color jewelry and everything beautiful, the ‘Ever Amethyst’, part of the Ever 6 series of South African de Wet enviroscaping, shines in shades of purple that match its description stone.

This whole flowering agapanthus will bloom all summer, so it is ideal for those who prefer an uninterrupted supply of cut flowers.

“Ever Amethyst” is semi-evergreen, up to three feet long and spreads up to two feet. This variety is also resistant to pests and diseases.

It is tough for 8 to 11 people and you can find it in 2.5 liter containers from the Southern Living Plant Collection through Home Depot.


Try the beautiful “Ever Midnight” for the midnight blue flowers, another star in the Ever এ series that grows up to three feet tall and extends two to three feet when ripe.

The evergreen “Ever Midnight” hardens in zones 8 to 11, blooms all summer and creates dream boundaries against a white or grey house.

Through The Home Depot, you can get 2.5 litres of potted plants from the Southern Living Plant collection


Like “Ever Amethyst”, “Ever Appier” jewelry shines in tune but this time in bright blue instead of purple.

This evergreen crop grows to a height of one to two feet and spreads. The “Ever Applefire” is sure to please the eye as it blooms profusely from spring to summer.

The “Ever Sapphire” is hard in 8 to 11 regions and you can find it in 2.5-litre containers from the Southern Living Plant collection available through the Home Depot.



This variety with white flowers and purple neck looks a lot like ‘Queen Mom’ as described below, but with more purple rhymes.
Also, it is semi-dwarf cultivation, which is only one to two feet long and wide and stiff in areas 8 to 11.

The evergreen “Ever Tobalite” reminds me of Alaska’s long, endless summer nights.
To add some of that twilight magic to your garden, you can get “Ever Tobalite” in a 2.5 liter container from the Southern Living Plant Collection through Home Depot.


For the snow-white farmer whose distinct flowers really look like lilies, try “Ever White”, which grows only one to two feet long and wide in size.

Like other varieties in the Ever ® series, the semi-evergreen “Ever White” blooms from spring to summer and hardens in 8 to 11 regions.

You can find 2.5-litre pots from the Southern Living Plant collection available through Home Depot.


It shakes the bright periwinkle with a fine band running through each petal. It is three feet long and spreads two feet wide. It’s a regular ‘Galaxy Blue’, a cultivator that will delight your senses in a cluster of flowers.

It’s Zone 6 Hardy – it’s good news for gardeners in slightly cooler areas who dream of growing aphids – and once it starts flowering once in the summer, it continues to flower throughout the season.

You can get gallon containers or empty root plants found in Burpee



No, it’s not the color of the golden flower in the case of the “golden drop”, it’s the leaves.
Unlike other varieties of agapanthus, the leaves of this cultivar have greenish golden edges in the middle, which gives the garden interest and texture.

Since “Golden Drop” is evergreen, you will enjoy its unique leaves in 11 zones all year round.
Compare these leaves too soft blue flowers and you have a plant that is reminiscent of a summer day spent on the beach.

The “Golden Drop” has a short growth and reaches only 16-18 inches in height and width, so it is suitable for pots, planters and small patio gardens.



Also known as the Prairie Agapathas, this slender ‘grass crop’ (A. imperretus var. Pendulus) is three feet long and wide and sports light green grass-like leaves and deep purple flowers.

“GrassCop” succeeds in 8 to 11 regions but in the winter months, you can increase it in regions 6 and 7 if you wish to bring it indoors. The strain of this summer flower is named after the town of Grasscup in the beautiful province of Mpumalanga in South Africa.

So be careful: planting a “grasscop” will make you want to travel!



When I was at the University of Southern California, I would run in the morning and then sit next to the parade in front of my college campus.

The sound of water in the midst of the busyness of electricity was always heartwarming and comforting and sometimes I dreamed of installing one in my future home.

Of course, I ended up freezing Alaska, where the fountain of water is unreal. Even if you live in a fountain-worthy place, you may not have the space to install a real fountain in your yard.

But can you guess? You can plant the “Little Blue Fountain,” an evergreen semi-dwarf cultivator that grows and propagates only one to two feet, blooms from spring to summer and has bright blue flowers.

In hard zones 8 to 11, you can find 2.5-litre containers from the Southern Living Plant Collection through the Home Depot.



Can you visit Flash Lake in Scotland right now? Then ‘Loop Hope’ fulfil your habit until you can truly travel to the highlands.
Its bright blue flowers have brittle purple stripes that look more dreamy when planted alongside orange crocodiles or birds of paradise.

“Loch Hope” won the Garden Horticultural Society’s Garden Merit Award in 1993.
This thin cultivator is hard from zone no. And spreads two feet and grows up to four feet long. It blooms from mid-summer to late.



Do you see the blue petals of the sky in contrast to the yellow house? I do sometimes. For our dreamers, “Margaret” delivers large powdered blue flowers on stems two to three feet high.

A semi-evergreen farmer with glossy green leaves, he is tough for 7 zone areas with adequate winter protection. “Margaret” blooms until mid-summer and the plants are two to three feet tall.



One of my favorite things is getting out on my back porch and looking up at the midnight sky when I’m getting up this late.
If you like stargazing, try “Midnight Dream”. This agapanthus blooms in a uniform, velvety purple color that reminds me of a soft night sky. The spring flowers are reminiscent of wild hyacinth.

This flowering tree is three feet tall and one and a half feet wide. It spreads its thin, jerky green leaves in the dec-7 region but can keep it in warm regions.



Do you dream of staying young forever? So a dwarf farmer ‘Neverland’, full of youth and emphasis, let’s pretend.
The blue flowers in the sky rise a foot above the yellowish-green of a whip that extends up to a foot wide, ‘Neverland’ adds a low, textured border to your flower bed.

Evergreen “Neverland” succeeds in zones 8 to 11.
Find 2.5L potted plants from Southern Living Plant Collection through Home Depot.



My Alaska region is too cold for Agapanthus, but if I could grow them in my garden I would plant “Northern Star”. This breathtaking colour has small, star-shaped flowers in the most beautiful shades of aubergine.

Flowering from mid-summer to late, when planted on the left side of the helenium or bee, the ‘Northern Star’ is radioactive.
Stiff, pointed leaves reduced. The “Northern Star” is solid for Zone 6 and can grow up to three feet long and two feet wide.


So you want to give your garden a regal touch, don’t you? Next, try planting “Queen Mom” an elegant cultivator that grows two feet tall and wide and gives a creamy white flower to the purple neck.

The semi-evergreen ‘Queen Mom’ has strong, herbal leaves that enhance its peace. This is ideal for those who live in a soft place, as it is only hard in zone 8.

Look for 2.5-quart containers from the Southern Living Plant collection at Home Depot



If you are looking for a dwarf species, try ‘Silver Baby’, which gives your flower beds a moonlight of delicate white flowers with blue stripes in early spring and early summer.

The “Silver Baby” is only a foot long and wide and it is resistant to Zone 6, although it is semi-evergreen but it will spread its vertical green leaves. It is always green in 8 to 11 regions



The “summer sky” has strip flowers that remind you of the summer sky just before sunset: a milky blue color is so soft that you can wrap yourself up and take a nap if you wish.

In strong zone numbers, the “summer sky” blooms from mid-summer to autumn and is semi-evergreen, with leaves falling in cold regions and evergreen in warm places. . It is three feet long and two feet wide

The blue-black buds straighten but fall further as they get closer to the flower.



Deep purple flowers that turn pale white in the throat, a. Prycox ‘Tornado’ is reminiscent of the blue-purple Oklahoma sky before the storm, but without all the dangers that come with it.

It grows to three feet long and two feet wide and blooms from mid-summer to autumn. ‘Tornado’ itself is great or paired with white like ‘Albus’.

The whip-shaped leaves are semi-evergreen, die in the die and regions in winter, but remain evergreen in 8 to 11 regions.



For weeds with white petals with a touch of purple, consider planting a “twister” in your garden.
This flashy cultivator makes an interesting statement against a blue or dark grey house, thanks to its flowers that bloom early and bloom from mid to late summer.

It is another cultivator that leaves shiny leaves in cold regions and can keep all winters in warm regions.
It succeeds in 11 zones from through and grows up to four feet with a width of up to three feet.



Whichever strain (or varieties) you choose, you are sure to fall in love with your lash agapanthus bed.
If you spend a long time around your flower bed, you will see hummingbirds, bees and butterflies. They adore a beautiful blue lily, so get your camera ready and wait for the perfect shot.

What is your favorite appathos variety? Leave your questions, stories and tips in the comments section below. And don’t hesitate to share a photo!

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