Hi guys, Naomi Findlay here.
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Just about everyone in this country has a bed of agapanthuses in their yard – they’re the go-to plant!
When agapanthuses are young they are gorgeous and stay in their spot. However, as they age they multiply incredibly quickly, start taking up a lot more space and begin to look worse for wear.
I have brought in an expert in all things gardens, Aaron from Green Envy, to discuss how to breathe new life into your agapanthus garden bed.
- Reconsider the width of your garden bed. Agapanthuses often drain all of the water and nutrients from a narrow garden bed.
- Do not transplant agapanthuses during winter or summer. The extreme temperatures during these times of the year put the agapanthus under great stress.
- Remove the thatching around the base of the agapanthus. Not removing this can lead to fungal complications.