Agapanthus Baby Pete" is a superior new dwarf form of Agapanthus available from online plants. A major feature is that it only reaches a maximum foliage height of only 20cm tall with flower stems reaching to around 35cm long and only 15-20cm above foliage. Therefore in full flower baby pete extends to a maximum height of only 40-45cm. Consider using for low border hedging where a weeping habit is required. Or mass garden planting. Grouped around specimen trees the baby pete can be quiet spectacular.
'Baby Pete' is a particularly compact cultivar, Foliage is narrow and pointed, and its flowers are a vivid shade of blue. This cultivar is known for its long flowering period, which typically lasts from mid-summer to early autumn. Plant in a full sun position in well drained fertile garden soil for best results. Dead head flowers and feed ever 6-8 weeks with seasol.
Agapanthus 'Baby Pete' is a dwarf cultivar of the Agapanthus africanus, commonly known as the Lily of the Nile. It is a herbaceous perennial that produces clumps of strap-shaped leaves and upright stems topped with clusters of blue funnel-shaped flowers in the summer.