Lupin Plants

Lupins are for spire lovers. Flowering early - from May to July - lupins, which come in every colour of the rainbow, bring height to the border before your delphiniums take over. In common with a number of other plants which form tall flower spikes (delphiniums, hollyhocks etc) lupins are relatively short-lived perennials, rarely living more than five years.

Plant young plants (ours are) as they form a better root structure than older ones. Lupins prefer neutral soils that have decent drainage and are not too rich. They love the sun, actively dislike shade and do well in windy spots and by the sea. They do not come true from seed so need replacing, but the show they put on for a few years can be sublime. Lupins flower from May onwards which makes them the perfect sequel to spring-flowering bulbs as they hide their dying foliage. And as the lupins fade in turn, they disappear under later flowering herbaceous plants such as delphiniums, hostas and peonies. Perfect herbaceous plants.

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  1. Lupinus polyphyllus, Band of Nobles Series
    Pot Grown Herbaceous Perennials
    • Colour: Yellow spires of pea-flowers
    • Flowering: Jun-July
    • Foliage: Mid-green palmate leaves
    • Height: 90cm
    • Spread: 75cm
    • Position: Full sun or semi- shade
    • Soil: Most soils with a bit of drainage
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  2. Lupinus polyphyllus, Band of Nobles Series
    Pot Grown Herbaceous Perennials
    • Colour: Deep rose flowers with darker red upper petal
    • Flowering: Jun-July
    • Foliage: Rich green mounds of palmate leaves
    • Height: 90m
    • Spread: 75cm
    • Position: Sun or partial shade
    • Soil: moist but well drained soil, acid to neutral
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  3. Lupinus polyphyllus, Band of Nobles Series
    Pot Grown Herbaceous Perennials
    • Colour: Soft creamy-white flower spikes
    • Flowering: Jun-July
    • Foliage: Mid-green mounds of large, palmate leaves
    • Height: 90m
    • Spread: 75cm
    • Position: Full sun or partial shade
    • Soil: Well drained soil
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  4. Lupinus polyphyllus, Band of Nobles Series
    Pot Grown Herbaceous Perennials
    • Colour: Pink and white bicolored flower spikes
    • Flowering: Jun-July
    • Foliage: Mounds of mid-green leaves
    • Height: 90m
    • Spread: 75cm
    • Position: Sun or part shade
    • Soil: Well drained soil
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  5. Lupinus polyphyllus, Band of Nobles Series
    Pot Grown Herbaceous Perennials
    • Colour: Blue and white bicolored flower spikes
    • Flowering: Jun-July
    • Foliage: Mid-green palmate leaves
    • Height: 90m
    • Spread: 75cm
    • Position: Sun or semi-shade
    • Soil: Well drained soil
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  6. Lupinus polyphyllus, Band of Nobles Series
    Pot Grown Herbaceous Perennials
    • Colour: Profuse deep crimson pea-flowers on tall spires
    • Flowering: Jun-July
    • Foliage: Mounds of rich green leaves
    • Height: 90m
    • Spread: 75cm
    • Position: Full sun or partial shade
    • Soil: Well drained soil
    From £5.82  Inc VAT

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