Do the seedlings flowers always follow the colour of the parent plant.
No, they could be very different
Of agapanthus I can't say. But the answer to your question generally is no. Cultivated varieties of plants will produce offspring closer to the original species every time they seed.
Thanks very much for your help. Much obliged.
Keith, you never know, you might find the seedlings are even better. Always worth a punt I'd say.
I grow only white ones and there are no other gardens around that have them. Would mine be more likely to come true to flowers? It's Agapanthus Africanus Alba
From the name I assume this is a variety or cultivar of the blue one and the blue genes will still be in there. More likely to come white but not definitely would be my guess
Thanks Nutcutlet, if I get seeds I''ll sow them and see. There are so many wonderful colours of Agapanthus I'd be delighted to get any of them although I realise that from seed, they could take a few years to flower.
Give it a try you might get something really good.
Wouldn't that be amazing. If I do, I'll certainly post on here.