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 road side ditch and have been amazed at how well they are growing. This years lot of seed has a small percentage of Galium species.
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.)