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Wild Lupine Mix

Some of the more refined Lupines can be difficult to grow. Not this wild forbearer. Scatter the seeds around, and you will get a nice presentation. The color will be primarily shades of blue and purple, but occasionally you will get some spots with pink or white - mark them and save seed for more variety in your stand. An interesting planting that should last and expand for years. We tossed some in a roadside ditch and have been amazed at how well they are growing. 

      1 oz = 1250 seeds



Lupinus perennis

Perennial, Zones 4-7

Germination: 7-21 days

Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 55-65ºF

Seed Planting Depth: Sow ⅛”, soaking seeds for up to 24 hours aid the germination

Starting Indoors: Start indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost. Provide 55-65ºF soil temperatures until germination. Sow into 3-4” sized containers or pots, seedlings do not like to be root bound. Using peat, cow, or paper pots can help with the stress of transplanting, they grow delicate roots and successful transplanting may be challenging. Transplant 24-30” apart after the last frost.

Sowing Outdoors: Direct sow outdoors in early to mid-spring

Growth Habit: Upright branching

Height and Width: 24-36” by 24-36”

Spacing: 24-30” apart

Light Needs: Full sun 

Soil Needs: Average to fertile, well-drained 

Approximate days to flower from seed: Blooms in the second season

Uses: Cut flowers, borders, cottage and wildflower gardens, deer resistant

Care: Deadhead to encourage more flower production. 

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quick up for lupines

Just planted these broadcast and raked in as suggested. Many are already up. I've tried growing lupines before and never had any success germinating them, so this is exciting!

Mary M.
Wild Lupine Mix

A beautiful addition to any flower garden. Easy to grow as the description says. I didn't have flowers the first year maybe I planted them a little late. Second year I had lots of flowers.

Pamela S.
Lupine Wild Mix

These seeds do exactly as stated. We planted them in flower beds around our property and they come back more prolific each year. They are showstoppers. Easy, no-fuss plants. (We live in Minnesota - Zone 4.)