Two of the major wild perennial lupine species of North America are now hopelessly crossed and confused by almost every seed grower. L. perennis, the basic blue wild species has been mixed with the taller L. polyphyllus (originally from the Pacific northwest and also blue) which was used years ago to make the famous "Russell Hybrid Lupines" in reds, yellows, and bicolors. So today, what you plant should be mostly blue, but may show some breaks to the other colors, adding a rainbow to your meadow. The blue-flowered plants are always the most permanent.
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AM013420 (1 Pound)
AM013423 (1/4 Pound)
AM013421 (10 Pounds)
AM013422 (5 Pounds)
|Seed Life Cycle|
Spring to summer
|Wildflower Mix or Specie|
Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, West, Southwest, Pacific Northwest
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Most of the US and Canada east of the Mississippi
1/4 lb covers 272 sq ft.
1 lb covers 1,090 sq ft.
5 lbs covers 5,450 sq ft.
10 lbs covers 10,900 sq ft.
Sandy Soil, Loamy Soil, Drought/Dry Soil
Dry, Average, Well Draining
Attract Butterflies, Easy To Grow, Attract Hummingbirds, Attract Birds, Bee Friendly, Deer Resistant, Native, Low Maintenance, Good For Cut Flowers, Great For Mass Plantings, Soil Enhancer
|Ships to Hawaii, Alaska & Canada|