About Plant Lupinus is an enormous genus of flowering plants, comprising hundreds of species. The colorful hybrid lupines most popular for gardens were mostly derived from Lupinus polyphyllus, a North American native, crossed with various other species, such as L. arboreus, and then developed into various multi-colored cultivars.The telltale look is a tall, showy spire of flowers that can come in a multitude of colors. The dense floral spikes of lupines may grace your flower garden in bold shades of purple, pink, red, white, and yellow. The foliage resembles palm leaves, with seven to 10 leaflet segments each.
Propagation SEED TYPE: Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated And Non-GMO PLANT: Tall Spikes With Blooms Grow Up To 3.5 To 4 Feet FLOWER: Blooms On Vertical Stalks With Feathery Foliage COLOUR: Deep Blue, Rose Pink, Pink, Purple & White SPECIFICATIONS: Great As A Companion Flower And Cut Flower . Lupines prefer to grow in rich, slightly acidic soil in a full-sun location. In a suitable location, they require very little care, other than removing spent flowers to encourage additional blooming. But these plants do not like hot, humid weather and can languish during the mid-summer months. The tall Russell lupine hybrids may benefit from staking. You can use grow-through grid stakes to avoid having to tie individual stalks to stakes. These are short-lived perennials, so do not expect them to live more than a few years.
||Easy to grow
|Preferred climate||18-22 Degree C|
|Germination Time||7 to 10 days|
|Season to plant||Aug,Sept,Oct or in Jan,Feb,March|
To provide borders at Garden corners, Garden pathways, Garden .
To form flower beds in garden.
Great Choice For Pavement Gardens, Flower Beds And Hanging Planters .