Fireworks African Lily Plants

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General Info RHS AGM, Shrub
Shade Full Sun
Area Coastal Areas
Soil Good, Well Drained, Acidic, Alkaline/Chalky
Colour Blue (Deep)
Type Evergreen, Pot Grown
Ornamental Repeat Flowering, Foliage
Flowering Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Agapanthus Fireworks

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Agapanthus 'Fireworks': African Lily / Lily of the Nile Plants

An unusual and tough (hardy to -10C) agapanthus with round umbels of white flowers emerging from violet bases. The strappy evergreen leaves are mid-green and glossy. Clump forming to 60cm x 60cm

Agapanthus are only delivered pot-grown, year round.

Browse our Agapanthus varieties or our full range of perennial plants.


  • Evergreen
  • Low-maintenance ornamental
  • Umbels of white flowers with violet bases
  • Blooms Jun-Sept
  • Suitable for pots
  • Max. Height: 60cm
  • Pot-Grown: Year Round Delivery
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit

Growing 'Fireworks' Agapanthus

Agapanthus need full sun to perform properly and are not suitable for planting outside in colder areas: here they should be grown in a pot and brought under shelter in winter. Otherwise, if an extensive period of frosts or snow is forecast, it is best to cover them

Suitable for any well-drained soil, they like sharply drained, sandy soil in particular, but they will not flower well if they dry out during the growing season.

You can cut out the flowering stems when they fade, but many people prefer to leave some of them for a while to provide autumn interest, and remove them after winter cold blackens them.

'Fireworks' In Your Garden Design

To really appreciate the intricacies of the petals, grow in a pot, so that they can be admired close up. Otherwise, use in a border to create a violet haze among late-flowering, sun-loving perennials. Would look fantastic in a border against a backdrop of Wedding Day rambling roses or a wisteria like the purple tinged Black Dragon, combined with brilliant daylilies, clusters of Painted Lady irises and alliums like the white 'Nigrum' and/or Purple Sensation. Low growing dianthus would look good at the front.

Did You Know?

A recent introduction already much lauded, 'Fireworks' won Plant of the Year at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2019 and Best New Plant at the HTA National Plant Show.

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Bareroot planting is best done between November and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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