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What Is This Blue Flower Found In Upstate South Carolina?
Ask the Expert:what kind of flower is this
I have no idea what kind of flower this is. Â The flower had not bloomed in the past few years. Â I live in upstate SC and this plant is always green and never dies even in the winter it still had very bright green leaves. Â I cannot identify it. Melissa
Plant Expert Reply:
Since I can't tell by the picture the true structure of the plant and it's foliage, I am basing my identification on the bloom only. I believe the plant you have is an Agapanthus (African Blue Lily).Â However, I'm not sure which type of Agapanthus it is.
Agapanthus is a genus of about 10 vigorous perennial species, some of which are evergreen.Â They are clump forming with large strap-shaped leaves. Agapanthus needs fertile, moist but well-drained soil.Â Full-sun is required for good summer blooming.
Your blooming issues could be lack of sunlight, phosphorus deficiency, or the plant could be buried too deep. A change in any of these conditions could stimulate blooming.