Pruning Agapanthus

One of our favorite plants have come to the end of their life cycle. Once agapanthus have bloomed, the stalk will need to be removed. When the stalk is still green, find the base of the plant and cut the stalk off. The easiest way to remove the stalk is with bypass pruners. If the stalk is brown and dried out, it can easily be pulled by hand. There is really not much to the removal but it will leave a landscape with a cleaner look! Also, friendly reminder! Although agapanthus are being trimmed, don’t touch your shi shi’s, azaleas, or pink muhly grass. This will interrupt their Fall blooming cycle. If you have any questions, leave them below.