Agapanthus in Late Sunshine

Agapanthus lit up by sunshine late yesterday in Invercargill, street near our motel.

Southland, New Zealand.



Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2022)

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  1. Agapanthus are amongst my favourite late-summer flowers. They are hardy enough to survive in the ground here and the bees seem to enjoy them too. I had some but got lots more from a friend because they self-seed easily in her garden. She has the most exotic ‘weeds’, hehe!

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    1. Thanks Sheree. They produce lovely flower heads and seed heads, and the white ones are also lovely! I’m guessing your mother would have had them in her garden? They spread around NZ far too easily unfortunately but that doesn’t stop me loving the flowers 😀

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