Agapanthus queen mum

wjd1963wjd1963 LancashirePosts: 11
Yellow tips on certain leaves.not in wet soil.have it indoors at moment till frost subsides should it be in greenhouse outside.will it survive?

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  • wjd1963wjd1963 LancashirePosts: 11
    A better pic
  • lilysillylilysilly Posts: 345
    It looks fine to me. Agapanthus Queen Mum is semi evergreen so older leaves will begin to age/ yellow this time of year. My Queen Mum stays outside tucked against a wall, but I'm in Devon so warmer than you in Lancashire. It did come in to the house when we had the severe snow last year. It's a beautiful variety and once big and fully established is a very big plant, broad leaves and tall stems. 
  • lilysillylilysilly Posts: 345
    I would leave it inside your house this year. I would pot it on to a bigger, deeper pot mid spring, I use John Innis no3 and add a little grit. When it's grown bigger this summer, and hopefully flowered for you I would then overwinter it in your greenhouse.
  • wjd1963wjd1963 LancashirePosts: 11
    Thanks for the advice.
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