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Can I dig up and move agapanthus?
The answer is yes, you can and you should. As the plants mature, they crowd against each other underground, and this overcrowding limits their flowering. The best way to remedy the problem is to start dividing and transplanting agapanthus.
Can you cut agapanthus down to the ground?
How do you get rid of agapanthus roots?
What spray kills agapanthus?
Herbicide Sprays to Kill Agapanthus
Common recommendations are for glyphosate, metsulfuron-methyl (MSF600) and triclopyr (Triclo).
What can I replace agapanthus with?
For the garden, my choice would be the Tasman Flax Lily (Dianella tasmannica). The smooth, shiny leaves are almost as large as the agapanthus and as the plant matures it sends runners out to the side that makes a very nice clump just like an aga.