These are unique and attractive flowers. Significantly, the Lily of the Nile flowers is also known as African lilies. In addition to this, these flowers are a marvelous perennial that starts growing in the spring till summer. As a result, it will give magnificent floral scapes. Simple we can say that these are summer season flowers.
The common name of this flower is African lily
These flowers were originally founded in South Africa.
The family of this flower is Liliaceae
The scientific name of this flower is Agapanthus.
The type of lily of the Nile is perennial
These beautiful flowers grow up to 24-40 inches.
The full sunlight is very essential for the growth of these flowers.
Suitable Environment To Grow:
If the climate of your living place is mild then it is enough to grow these flowers easily. Because in the winter season you need to take some extra care of these flowers for better and healthy growth. These flowers can grow to their fullest from June to September.
The soil for the plantation of these flowers can be ordinary but well-drained. And if you want to grows these flowers in the pot. Then you can grow it in any season exclude during the heat spells and frost. These flowers need good protection from cold weather because these flowers cannot bear it. For the healthy growth of the African lily full sunlight is fundamental.
Tips To Grow Healthy Flowers:
If you want to grow healthy African Lilies then you can follow the below tips:
- New plant these flowers in the winter and fall season
- The ideal season to grow these flowers in Summer
- The soil must have good drainage.
- It can grow in partial shade and sunlight
Frequently Asked Question:
- Why this flower is known as lily of the Nile?
Interestingly the name of this flower is made from two Greek words one is agape which means (love) and be the other is anthus which means (flower). So it is known as the flower of love.
2. Are agapanthus are poisonous to health?
Well, yes these flowers contain some toxic elements due to which can cause skin disease such as irritation and ulceration in the mouth.