One of the few agapanthus growers in the UK, Pine Cottage Plants, is based in rural mid Devon. They stock about 200 different cultivars and hold the National Collection of Agapanthus. The website has a gallery where you can see pictures of many of the plants. You can place your order through the website, and then either phone or mail your payment.
Proper Plants are specialist growers of herbaceous perennials and stock an “in-depth” range of agapanthus. Their plants are propagated and grown in their own nursery. Their website catalogue carries detailed descriptions and pictures of each plant available. You can order through the website or by phone.
Broadleigh Gardens, based in Somerset. are european mail order specialists in small bulbs and herbaceous plants. They believe they offer one of the largest ranges of agapanthus plants anywhere. They also offer some basic care information for your plant. You can order through the website and then pay by phone or through the post.
Pennard Plants sell a range of perennials but specialise in plants of South African origin such as agapanthus, eucomis, gladioli species and restios. They are a small nursery and grow the majority of the plants they sell, using peat free compost without chemicals wherever possible. Their A-Z catalogue of agapanthus plants starts with A. africanus “Albus” and concludes with A.“Windsor Castle”. Orders can be placed through the website, with payments being made by post.
Woottens are a specialist garden nursery base in Wenhaston in Suffolk. Although agapanthus is not one of their main specialties they do stock a number of cultivars. They have a detailed online catalogue which includes for each plant – description, personal rating for each plant out of 10, foliage, flower, seed and special uses. Order and pay for online or pay by post if you prefer.
Fir Tree Farm Nursery
Fir Tree Farm Nursery, based near Falmouth in Cornwall, stocks a huge range of perennials – roughly 4,500 including many rarities suited to the English climate. Their whole catalogue is on their website. Among these they stock a good number of Agapanthus plants. Mail order only.