My agapanthus has frozen. What can I do?
(18th of February 2023)

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The agapanthus shown in the picture is a young evergreen variety with light frost damage.

Evergreen agapanthus is more frost sensitive than the deciduous varieties. A plant, planted last summer, is more sensitive than a mature plant.

Is the plant lost? The one in the picture will grow back in spring. Don’t do anything, right now. The damaged leaves protect the plant from coming frost. In spring, the plant will sprout and then you can clean up the damaged leaves and feed your plant with fertilizer.

Next winter, protect your plant with a cloth or dead leaves.