Anonymous added on December 13, 2017 | Answered

For the first time I can remember my white agapanthus is in flower again after producing lovely flowers all summer. Can this be a normal occurrence? It is kept on my patio in a pot but quite sheltered.

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Answered on December 14, 2017

Sometimes, unseasonable weather will cause plants to bloom at the wrong time of year. Agapanthus can also bloom for a long period of time including into the fall if the conditiions are right. The plant should be fine though, so just enjoy the flowers!

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