I’m fussy about my agapanthus

Purply flower that English people enthusiastically pillaged from the sub-continent for their gardensSome agapanthus have the good taste to keep their leaves slim and delicate, and to avoid long large military formations lining self-consciously stately entrances to wine estates. Here, emerging tentatively onto a mountainside above the high reaches of the Tukhela, is one of them.

About David

I am an environmental writer, journalist and speaker living in Cape Town, South Africa.
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One Response to I’m fussy about my agapanthus

  1. Caroline Konstant says:

    Oooooohhhh – lovely!

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