Noble Maiden Lupin Plants

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Misc Wildlife Value
Shade Full Sun, Partial Shade
Area Coastal Areas, Exposed Windy Areas, Frost Pockets, Scotland & The North
Soil Good, Well Drained, Acidic, Alkaline/Chalky, Poor/Dry
Colour White/Cream
Type Pot Grown
Also Good Repeat Flowering, Foliage
Flowering Jun, Jul, Sep

Lupinus polyphyllus Noble Maiden

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Lupin Noble Maiden

Combining elegance and lofty architectural interest, Noble Maiden's creamy-white spires of flower bring a statuesque beauty to any planting scheme. The airy pea-like flowers add a lightness to borders, especially in more shady areas. Plant in swathes through a woodland garden, alongside deciduous trees like the white stemmed Himalayan birch and amongst shade-loving perennials - including some of the other lupins for sale on this site - to create a striking, yet natural atmosphere.

Great in your Garden

With her creamy-white tones, Noble Maiden makes a good foil for more vibrant lupins such as the deep carmine flowers of The Page and also combines well with other cottage garden favourites like geraniums, aquilegia and astrantia. For more ideas on colourful companion plants, why not explore our range of herbaceous perennials? If your garden style suits a more contemporary monotone planting scheme, try pairing Noble Maiden with white foxgloves at the back of the border to create a sophisticated early summer display.

To prolong flowering, deadheading faded blooms to encourage a fresh flush of blooms in early autumn. It is best to remove any untidy foliage throughout the summer too.


  • Colour: Graceful creamy-white spires of pea-like flowers
  • Flowering: June - July
  • Foliage: Mounds of mid-green foliage
  • Cutting: Yes
  • Attractive to Pollinators: Yes
  • Height: 90cm
  • Spread: 75cm
  • Position: Full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: Light and sandy, moist but well-drained, acid to neutral soil

Lovely Legumes

Lupins are members of the Fabaceae family, which explains why lupin flowers resemble those of peas and beans. Many species from this family originate from North and South America, and the lupins are no exception, with many species - both perennial and annual - native to this region of the world. The elegant blooms display the characteristics of pea flowers with an upper standard petal, two lateral wing petals and the two lower petals fused into a keel. In some varieties, the wing and standard are different colours, producing bicolored flowers.

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Bareroot planting is best done between November and April
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