Agapanthus has a common name or common name is the African lily or Blue African lily or Lily of nile. Cut flowers in the genus Liliaceae are native to South Africa. There are currently more than 10 species of plants that are continuously growing. There are 3 groups: A. praecox ssp mininus, A. praecox ssp orientalis and A. Pendulus. The Royal Project Foundation Which the flowering plant has been imported from New Zealand and the Netherlands for over 20 years with the nature of the Acapuntus cross-year plant The growth cycle has led to the creation and development of flower buds, which have to go through the cold in the winter first. The head, which is an artificial trunk underground, must be continuously cool for 4-8 weeks, so this plant needs to be planted at an altitude of 1,200 meters and above. Ganga Panthus is able to grow in outdoor conditions. Because it requires high light intensity Maintenance is not complicated. Not disturbing insect disease
Agapanthus comes from the Greek word “agape” meaning love and “anthos” means flower. Therefore, agapanthus means “flower of love”. The head comes from South Africa.