The Agapanthus africanus ‘Albus’ (African Lily) is a special white summer bloomer and can be planted both indoors and out. Plant the tuber in a pot with good soil. After the danger of night frost has disappeared, the Agapanthus can also be planted outside. Plant them 10 cm deep in humus-rich, well-drained soil in full sun. When planting in flower pots and planters, always use new potting soil. During growth it is important to water the tubers regularly, reduce watering in the autumn and provide good winter protection. The Agapanthus is not resistant to frost and so it is advisable to grow plants in a pot and to overwinter them frost-free. Keep the potting soil on the dry side in winter. Water more in early spring and put the Agapanthus outside again in spring (after the last frost).