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I have a hot and sunny, but exposed, spot facing south west outside my back door. I want to plant up a 'white' pot there and have a magnificent while agapanthus 'Artic Star'. What other plant do you suggest to keep it company?

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  • Posted: Thu. 17th June 2010 19:00

Re: Companions for white agapanthus

Reply from Stuart Marler

How about a white lavender,Lavandula angustifolia Nana Alba, orstoechas Lavender Snowman.
This would allow the agapanthus to grow out from a nice white and green bed.

Stuart
www.tvglandscaping.co.uk

  • Posted: Thu. 17th June 2010 19:31

Re: Re: Companions for white agapanthus

Reply from Bar lawson

Agapanthus have broad basal leaves, so you might want something like Geranium clarkei 'kashmir white' which will poke through the leaves of agapanthus, and also tumble down the pot. The shape of the geranium will not compete with the shape of the agapanthus.

  • Posted: Fri. 18th June 2010 11:59