The Agapanthus is one of our indigenous botanical treasures. It has been exported to all corners of the earth, but occurs naturally only in southern Africa, where it grows in the wild in all our provinces except the Northern Cape, as well as in Lesotho, Swaziland and Mozambique.
The name agapanthus comes from the Greek words agapé (love) and anthos (flower), therefore literally meaning “flower of love”.
The following two photo’s were taken in New Zealand and I have never seen Agapanthus like these before.
For more photo’s in this challenge click on the image below: