Agapanthus praecox ‘Pallidus’
This is an old evergreen Dutch variety which was lost to cultivation in Holland until we sent a few plants to their national Agapanthus collection about 10 years ago. We have lined our driveway with this Agapanthus as it has a long flowering period, from November until February, is quite dwarf in habit but has full size heads on stiff vertical not arching flower stems. One of the joys of summer is a flock of up to 40 New Holland Honeyeaters supping on this plant. 90cm x 90cm.