Indigo Frost African Lily
A superb two-toned African lily with a bright purplish blue on the throat of the flower that transitions to bright white at the edge of the petals. Indigo Frost has a striking effect when the multitudes of flowers are in bloom for a long period during spring and then sporadically throughout the summer. Fairly compact, super floriferous and mostly deciduous, so don’t be disheartened if they look a little pitiful in the fall.
Latin Name: Agapanthus x ‘Indigo Frost’
Site and Soil: Prefers well draining soils in full sun. Drought tolerant once established.
Hardiness: 5-10º Fahrenheit
Size at Maturity: 1-2′ high by 2-3 feet wide
Bloom Time: March through May, and sporadically through summer into fall
Pests & Diseases: None
USDA Zone: 7b