Lupine Seeds (Lupinus) - Diane's Flower Seeds
Lupine 'Russell Hybrids' blooms in late spring to early summer with tall, dense spikes of flowers. This famous mix includes red, pink, blue, yellow and white flowers in solids and bicolors. The colorful flowers attract hummingbirds.

Lupine is a host plant for Frosted Elfin and Eastern Tailed-Blue butterflies. Deer resistant. Lupinus polyphyllus. Hardy in zones 4-8.

height 30"  spacing 15"

Lupine (Lupinus) Seeds

Lupine is one of the first perennials to bloom in late spring. The tall, showy flowers are a joy to behold, and they are good for attracting wildlife.

Sowing Lupine Seeds

Scarify lupine seeds with sandpaper, then soak overnight. Sow outdoors after the last frost date. Or start indoors 6-8 weeks early. Full sun to part shade.

Lupinus perennis blooms in late spring to early summer with tall spikes of indigo-blue flowers.

Wild Perennial Lupine is slow to get started, and the plants resent disturbance. But once it's established, it self-sows freely, making it a valuable addition to the wildflower garden. Hardy in zones 3-8.

height 30"  spacing 15"

Perennial Flower Seeds

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Lupinus perennis
(Wild Perennial Lupine)

50 seeds   $3.00   
Lupine 'Russell Hybrids'
(Lupinus polyphyllus)

50 seeds   $3.25  

Image courtesy Thompson & Morgan
Lupine 'Russell Hybrids'
Lupinus perennis