Spectacular spikes of late-spring flowers atop palm-shaped foliage
From the Texas Bluebonnet to scores of others, wild lupine species grow 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. We also carry the seeds of Texas Bluebonnet, Arroyo Lupine, Golden Lupine & Wild Perennial Lupine.