White Agapanthus (Agapanthus)

White Agapanthus


What is White Agapanthus

For pure white, abundant blooms, low-maintenance and planting versatility, choose the White Agapanthus. The perfect combination of visual appeal and hardiness, you won’t regret planting this perennial!

Can’t-miss, clean white flowers grow profusely in large clusters on tall stems, accompanied by glossy, evergreen foliage for the ultimate color contrast and eye-catching texture. This reliable variety loves the sun, withstanding heat, humidity and drought for all around easy-care.

Plus, this Agapanthus is resistant to various diseases and pests, including deer, while still attracting pollinators like hummingbirds, butterflies and bees for a garden buzzing with activity–literally!

Planted along borders, in garden beds or in containers, the White Agapanthus is sure to put on a show. You can even cut a few stems and bring them indoors for attractive cut-flower arrangements!

Because we grow and maintain these Agapanthus with the utmost care and attention to detail, you can expect a quality, ready-to-thrive plant. Developed with strong, well-developed root systems, they’re made to flourish from the moment they reach your door!

If you’re in the market for noticeable color, guaranteed texture, and growth you can count on, take advantage of the White Agapanthus.

White Agapanthus (Agapanthus) Agapanthus

How to Grow and Care for White Agapanthus

White Agapanthus (Agapanthus) Growing Requirements

Hardiness zone 7-11 outdoors


It’s highly adaptable and versatile, but the Agapanthus prefers an area with well-drained soil and 4 to 8 hours of sunlight per day. Once you’ve found your location, dig a hole that’s about one to two times the width of your plant’s root ball. If you’re planting in a container, select one that is about one and a half times the width of your plant. After digging, place your plant, backfill your soil and water to settle the roots.


Depending on the rainfall in your area, your newly planted Agapanthus should be watered once or twice weekly. After the plant is established, water once every week or once every two weeks. If you’re not sure when to water, simply check the surrounding soil about 2 to 3 inches down – if it’s dry, it’s time to water.


Apply an all-purpose fertilizer to your Agapanthus once in the springtime and then again in the summer while it’s growing.


Removing spent blossoms will promote more flowering.

White Agapanthus (Agapanthus) Details

Common name White Agapanthus
Botanical name Agapanthus
Hardiness zone 7-11 outdoors
Growth rate Medium
Height 2-3 ft.
Width 2-3 ft.