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Common Name: Dwarf Agapanthus

Mature Plant Size: 20cm high - 40cm wide

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Price: $13.45 $13.45 AUD
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Flowers in SummerPlant will tolerate light frosty periodsGrows in full sunGrows in part sunOnly 2 days watering required once establishedPlant attracts birds into the garden

Best Position: Agapanthus grow well in any soil type in a full sun position.

Plant Description: Agapanthus Baby Pete is a superior dwarf form of Agapanthus, discovered in Australia. A major feature is that 'Baby Pete' reaches a maximum foliage height of only 20cm tall with flower stems reaching to around 35cm long and only 15-20cm above foliage. Therefore in full flower 'Baby Pete' extends to a maximum height of only 40-45cm. 'Baby Pete' has low to no seed set. After years of trialing across the country, no viable seed has been observed. This has historically been a perennial issue with this genus making A. 'Baby Pete' environmentally friendly, ensuring it will be available for many years to come. The tight compact habit and drought tolerance gives 'Baby Pete' huge potential as a superb landscape, garden and container performer in most environments and conditions.

Flower Description: The flower display can be picked and displayed indoors in a vase. BABY PETE is an evergreen, dwarf that produces beautiful lavender-blue flowers on medium spikes. They produce an abundant amount of flowers on tall stalks mainly during summer months.

Best Uses: They are ideally planted as a group, a border, along a driveway or in a potting container. Due t the superior characteristics, Agapanthus Baby Pete has established itself as one of the most popular Agapanthus in Australia for both commercial landscapers and the home gardener.

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