White Agapanthus praecox
Agapanthus praecox native of Natal and Cape of Good Hope in South Africa. Local names include agapant, blouleilie and ubani. Widely planted in some areas, considered a weed and planting has ceased. Name derives from scientific Greek ‘agape’ meaning love and ‘anthos’ meaning flower.
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