Stardust Sky Agapanthus blooms are the most effective when inter-planted with purple flowers or against a backdrop of wine colored leaves or possibly solid structure such as a maroon brick wall. Generally this floral globe of loosely jointed bi-colored flowers is interconnected with as many as seventy miniature flowers that are firmly affixed to a slim, tall stem that rises from a compact rosette of leafy lily greenery. Dense masses of Stardust Sky globular blooms will surge from a tall stem arising from a rosette in landscaped beds of agapanthus rhizomes that have been planted in groups as close as one foot apart.• The long lasting blooms of the Stardust Sky Agapanthus are a popular seaside plant because it is extremely salt water tolerant. Stardust Sky Agapanthusis a perfect bulb to establish as potted containers inside solariums or indoor pools. The remarkable hybrid characteristic of the Stardust Sky flower can double the petals in this Agapanthus to the number of 12, or any variable number back to six. If planted in a home landscape, the Stardust Sky Agapanthus glows when established in front of Getty White Agapanthus plants.