Separating My Agapanthus

Anonymous added on February 18, 2018 | Answered

This is my first attempt to separate a large, mature plant which wintered well since 2015 in our Carolina Room. After reading your directions, I pulled the plant from the pot to find roots every where. I have never seen so many roots in my life in 50,000 different directions. I separated the original plant into at least four divisions and plan to transplant them into my garden for this spring. Thank you for your directions. Any thoughts for Zone 8? Janice

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Answered on February 19, 2018

It can be quite a task dividing Agapanthus and I'm glad you were able to divide the plant.

You should be good to plant out by the end of April seeing the last frost.

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