Agapanthus coddii is a deciduous perennial bulb that grows up to 0.5m tall. It has attractive, broad, upright leaves about 150-500×30-50mm large, they are strap shaped and has rounded tips. The flowers borne during summer on tall stalks about 1m tall, they are masses of pale blue buds which are paler blue when open and each petal has a distinct dark blue stripe. Agapanthus coddii does best in full sun, it can tolerate light shade for a short period of the day but will not do good in semi-shade all day long.
Agapanthus coddii is a lovely specimen ideal for mass planting in a border that will attract bees to the garden.