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"Once established this compact lupine is beautiful and dramatic, right down to its foliage (beautiful star shaped leaves that capture the morning dew in an enchanting way). Let flowers go to seed, and you'll have several more plants the next spring."
JSweeney in PA
From the Texas Bluebonnet to scores of others, we have wild lupine species all over North America. They're all beautiful, but not until a certain Englishman named George Russell went to work and created the world-famous "Russell Lupine" hybrids did they become garden favorites. Now, instead of just blue (and a few yellow) native flowers, we have reds, whites, purples and endless bi-colors, thanks to Russell's work. And since his time, other hybridizers have "improved" them further. For example, the top favorites today are all shorter than the originals, which were quite tall.Read More »
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