(Wild Perennial Lupine)
100 seeds $2.25
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.
Lupinus perennis is a host plant for Eastern Tailed-Blue, Frosted Elfin, and the endangered Karner Blue butterflies. Deer resistant. Hardy in zones 3-8.
height 30" spacing 15"
Sowing Lupinus perennis 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.