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BINGO BLUE™ Agapanthus is compact and repeat flowers | Hardy Exotic Range

Bingo Blue™ Agapanthus hybrid ‘ANDbin’
  • Flowers typically repeat in each season
  • Compact form
  • Tough

Description: Bingo Blue™ Agapanthus produces bright blue flowers for a longer period. Flowers can be seen en masse from October to November, and sporadically throughout the year. This compact form has good disease resistance and is tough, drought and frost tolerant.

Size: 40cm high x 60cm wide; 60-80cm high flowers.

Planting Density: 4-6 plants per m², 2-4 plants per linear metre.

Uses: Garden beds, borders, patio pots, planter boxes.

Position: Full sun to part shade. Drought and frost tolerant. Suited to most soil types, but thrives in rich soil.

Care: Water as required for 8-13 weeks until established. Plant in a well mulched garden (chunky mulch is recommended). If required use slow release fertiliser in spring (for best flower production). Remove older leaves and spent flowers stems as required.

Where it works: South QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS, SA & WA.

Top Bingo Blue ™ Wholesale Growers

Some of the top wholesale growers listed below do also sell retail, those marked as Trade Only will not, all others will sell direct to the general public.

Western Australia
Grower Location Phone Email
Domus Nursery
(Trade Only)
HACKETTS GULLY 08 9293 1768

For retail nurseries and more wholesale growers click here.

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BINGO BLUE™ Agapanthus is a compact form that repeat flowers throughout the year. Its striking bright blue flowers and toughness make this an excellent exotic.

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Agapanthus Bingo Blue
TM var. ‘ANDbin’ PBR PT 7119 – Lily of the Nile / Nyl Lelie

One of the best. An exceptional small to medium size, fast growing plant with proli?c dark umbrella shaped blue ?owers. In winter the flowers are complimented by a darker stem. Flowers late winter to mid-summer with sporadic blooms during the year as well

Mature Plant Size ±20cm x 30cm
Sun/Shade Options Plant in full sun to Semi-Shade
Special Notes Cold hardy but protect from frost
Why Me? Excellent container plant

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Agapanthus Bingo Blue
Code: 17.0AGBIBL
Container: 17 cm

One of the best. An exceptional small to medium size, fast growing plant with proli?c dark umbrella shaped blue ?owers. In winter the flowers are complimented by a darker stem. Flowers late winter to mid-summer with sporadic blooms during the year as well ]]>