Agapanthus is considered to be both a magical and a medicinal plant, used to treat heart disease, paralysis, coughs, colds, and other ailments, and the leaves are used as bandages (the plant does contain chemicals with anti-inflammatory and other properties).
Growing Agapanthus requires a sunny to partly shady location and regular water. Mulching is helpful to retain moisture with new plants set about 1 to 2 inches
While it is very tolerant to a wide variety of soil conditions, they do enjoy some rich compost or organic matter added during your agapanthus planting
Water a plant when the soil feels dry to touch.
Water thoroughly in the summer and reduce watering for the winter & rainy season.
Try to water the plants in the morning around 8-10am.
Avoid waterlogged soil.
Reduce watering in the winter.
You should remove dead, infected or damaged plant parts and throw in the garbage collector.
You should fertilize a plant at planting time and growing season.