Walking along the south of the Front Range glasshouses the sun lit up the decaying clump of Agapanthus praecox ssp. minimus. The long linear foliage has turned a golden yellow just catch the beauty before another frost sucks the colour from the foliage. An added feature is the promise of another generation in the brown seed heads. Left to ripen on the plant the paper thin seeds are ready to harvest when they have turned black and are best sown fresh. Germination will occur in spring and then you will need to wait for three or four years for the first flowers.