This baby is exotic! Its blue with dark blue stripe and mauve bell-shaped flowers clump tightly on a very compact plant. Its foliage is shorter, wider, and darker green than other selections.
An abundance of flower heads stands on extremely short stems compared to other varieties of agapanthus. Another advantage, Baby Pete does not set viable seed, so it flowers longer than other selections – at least 25 days after fully opened. Self cleaning, there are about eight open flowers and 12 buds per inflorescence at all times. It also averages five flowering scapes per plant.
Size only 12 inches high by 18 inches wide, blooming summer into fall, zone 8-11
Bred in Queensland Australia
For the full information http://www.prideofplaceplants.com/2011/plants/agapanthus-orientalis-benfran-baby-pete/