The famous results of years of British breeding, Headbourne hybrids are known for their free flowering habit and strong, upright stems. Blossoms are comprised of 75+ individual tubular florets. This agapanthus cultivar blooms in a pleasing gradation of blues, from sky blue to medium cobalt blue – all are excellent mixed with pinks, whites and, for daring gardeners, bright oranges. Very good for cutting. Clumps may be divided every third spring to expand your stock. Agapanthus are fire resistant, so they may be planted in areas that are periodically subjected to controlled burns.